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Caroline is a Scottish based independent disabled performance maker and choreographer who has been making work in the UK for 10 years. She is passionate about creating work that is accessible to audiences using clear ideas or concepts.
Her most ambitious project to date, Leaving Limbo Landing, is an ambitious new outdoor production in water, on land and in the air.
It explores journey, placement, displacement and settling. It was included as part of this year’s Made in Scotland programme at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Having majored in performing arts for her education degree (Deakin University, 1990) Caroline retrained at University of Melbourne and worked as a Genetic Counsellor from 1997 to 2002. She has been dancing in inclusive companies for 14 years.
Caroline has choreographed and performed work as girl jonah with Fiona Wright (British Dance Edition 2006, Dance Umbrella 2006, Dublin Dance Festival 2008). She was commissioned to produce a site-specific piece, Elevation, for Trafalgar Square as part of the Liberty Festival (September 2006). From April 2008 to March 2012, Caroline held the post as Scottish Dance Theatre’s Dance Agent for Change. In 2011 she was awarded Creative Scotland’s Arts and Business Award for Nurturing Talent.

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