Caroline comes from a musical family with both parents graduating from Birmingham Conservatoire and believes to have inherited skills from her grandfather, who spent his life composing. She began piano lessons with her mother aged 4 and progressed into playing popular songs by ear, then composing her own melodies. During sixth form, Caroline was asked to write the score for a theatre production of 'The Ash Girl', a play written by Timberlake Wertenbaker, which was well received. This encouraged Caroline to pursue composition for TV and Film, in particular period drama.
After receiving a degree in music, Caroline performed as a solo pianist, as well as accompanying instrumentalists and singers in their recitals. She also worked with local choirs, exam centers and youth festivals. This brought forward an opportunity to work alongside professional conductors David Lawrence and Nigel Perrin. Now, in addition, Caroline teaches piano privately and works as a local organist. In July this year, she recorded an album of her own period drama pieces at Big Frog Studios in Bristol. The album is a selection of tracks chosen to reflect typical scenes within that genre. Caroline was then interviewed on Lincoln City Radio where she discussed her ambitions and showcased the music and Sue Heron, the presenter, has invited her back for another show in November.
The St. Cecelia Singers, of Lincolnshire, are performing one of Caroline's own Christmas Carols, 'The Boy of Bethlehem' in December. Currently, Caroline is working on her Requiem Mass for choir and orchestra as well as writing orchestral parts for her period drama concert.