Caroline Hunter is a picture editor for The Guardian Weekend magazine, the award-winning supplement to the Guardian newspaper. She has been a picture editor for over twenty years and has worked with some of the most prominent names in photography. Caroline has commissioned and art-directed a wide range of photography, from still-life and documentary photography to concept and celebrity cover shoots. She studied Fashion Journalism at the London College of Fashion followed by a BA (hons) degree in English Literature at Birkbeck, University of London. She has also undertaken short postgraduate courses in Fine Art photography and Studio photography.
Caroline worked as a picture researcher for The Saturday Telegraph Magazine and a picture editor for Emap magazines, and Time Out London. She has also worked as a photography producer for a design company and a writer/editor. In 2014, Caroline was the photography consultant for a new innovative digital magazine, The Long and Short, published by the UK charity, Nesta. She is also a regular portfolio reviewer at international photo-festivals. She has also given talks and workshops on photography.
Caroline has been a jury member for a number of leading international photography competitions including PDN Annual, Portrait of Britain, Critical Mass/Photo Lucida, LensCulture's Street Photography awards, Gomma Grant and Ojodopez Human Values. In 2017, Caroline was invited to be a nominator for the prestigious Deutsche Borse Photography Foundation prize.
Caroline is a picture editor for The Guardian Weekend Magazine and a TV judge in the second series of Sky Arts Master of Photography
photo credit: CR[O]MO Agency/ (c) Daniele Cruciani, courtesy of Sky Arts.