Caroline Davies is primarily an editorial/fine art photographer known for her work documenting sacred sites. Her work has been exhibited in galleries, and is found in private collections around the world including the permanent collections of the Getty Center Library, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. It is also represented by John Stevenson in New York. Caroline is featured as a portfolio artist in the annual edition of Fountains Press Photography and Imaging Yearbook: 2002. Her photographs have been seen on the front covers of US News and World Report, LA Architect and Phenomena Magazine. It has also featured on the front covers of Mainstream Publishings "A-Z of Egypt" by Simon Cox and A-Z of Arthurian Legends, inside spreads in Conde Nast Traveller, Newsweek, Time Life, Notes, LA Architect, Phenomena Magazine, Britain's Marshall Cavendish Publications, Sub-Rosa PDF Magazine, the recently released "Rosslyn and the Grail", features in Duat Magazine and other international publications. Her work has been used by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Organizations, The Luxor Museum, Egypt's Pullman Hotels, BBC TV (UK), NBC TV, CBS TV and several documentary and design companies, the Bexel Corporation, The British Tourist Authority, The Mexican Tourist Authority and several small luxury hotels in Mexico. Caroline was also the expedition photographer and contributing producer of the controversial Emmy nominated and award-winning television documentary "Mystery of the Sphinx".
The Sacred Places Collection, an on-going project, has been sponsored by many organizations such as Ilford Imaging in the USA and Photospeed Chemistry in the UK, as well as individual patrons.
Peru: Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley - Where Heaven Meets Earth. Sponsors: The Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel.
Mexico: Dawn, Dusk, Ritual and Afterlife - Documents the sacred art and architecture of the ancient archaeological sites, basilicas, missions and today's descendants of the master builders of Mexico. Most of the archaeological zones, particularly in the Yucatan have been photographed, as well as festivals such as Noches des Muertos, The Festival of Guadalupe and the rising sun ceremony at Teotihuacan on the Vernal Equinox. Sponsors: The Mexican Government Tourist Authority, Mexicana Airlines.
Our Spirit Through Architecture: The Legacy of Great Britain Sponsors: Trans World Airlines, The British Tourist Authority, Kenning Car Rentals, Scottish P&O Shipping Lines, Caledonian MacBrayne, Bishopstrow House, The Capital, Hintlesham Hall Limited, Bodysgallen Hall, Wolfcastle Country Hotel, Coombe Abbey, The Devonshire Arms and Penrose House.
Caroline has lectured at The Getty Conservation Institute, The Royal Institute of British Architects and American Institute of Architects - Los Angeles, The Philosophical Research Society, and for Overbroecks School in Oxford, England, The Egyptian Tourist Authority, Trans World Airlines, The Sierra Club, Women In Travel, Calumet/Fuji Film and several other venues in Los Angeles. She has also featured as a keynote speaker for the RIBA in both Beijing and the city of Zhengzhou, China for a cross cultural exchange and forum on architecture, urban design and sustainable living hosted by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Ministry of Commerce.
Caroline's home-base clients are in the recording and architectural industries. She also produces mixed media presentations with her images and friend's music, has a greeting card company, is editor for the RIBA-USA web site's Lifestyle and Culture and photographic and exhibition advisor to the RIBA-USA, Ca.