Caroline Philippone is a fine art and editorial photographer who primarily uses the historical Silver Gelatin process to capture and print images. She happily works in a shared darkroom space deep in the basement of a warehouse in the city of Saint Louis, and is happiest spending hours processing film and making the perfect print. Although her subjects vary in content, her main focus in continuing to take her medium format film camera wherever she can. Her long-term projects include a ‘four seasons’ study of Jeju, South Korea, Hiking Trails in Missouri, and ‘Carnival Season.’
When not working on personal projects, Ms. Philippone works as a Digital Imaging Specialist at the Saint Louis Art Museum, and additionally is an adjunct professor of photography for graduate and undergraduate studies at various colleges and universities in the Saint Louis region. She has shown both regionally and nationally, and has had solo exhibitions at the University of Miami, OH and most recently at the Saint Louis Art Guild.
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