Caroline Philippone is a photographer who resides in her native city of Saint Louis, Missouri. She most recently completed her first solo exhibition “Winter in Jeju-Do” at the University of Miami, OH (2016). She currently teaches as an adjunct professor of photography of both darkroom and digital photography classes at the Saint Charles Community College, Webster University, and the University of Missouri-Saint Louis. When she is not teaching, you may find her outside hiking or running trails in Missouri, and around the country. She additionally loves documenting events and the community in Saint Louis, and also simply carrying around her Bronica GS-1 just in case something catches her eye. She happily works in a shared darkroom space deep in the basement of a warehouse in the city, and is happiest spending hours processing film and making the perfect print. She received a MFA in Photography and a MET in Educational Technology in 2014, after previously receiving her BA in commercial Photography (2009).
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