Carolyn Mendelsohn is an artist who uses photography, film and performance to realise creative ideas rooted within the lives of individuals, their story and location. Alongside this she works on personal photography portrait commissions and commercial briefs, lifestyle and fashion. She runs site specific creative photography workshops, mentors photographers, as well as enjoying working collaboratively with other artists.
Her work has been exhibited internationally and has won many awards. Including the prestigious Royal Photographic Society International Photography Exhibition, her portrait ‘Alice’ having won the gold medal, and the Portrait of Britain. In print, her photography has appeared in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Mail, La Monde, British Journal of Photography, RPS Journal, Click Magazine, Amateur Photographer – amongst many others. Her portrait series “Being Inbetween” has been shown in three solo exhibitions, and selected work has been exhibited across the world.