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Carol Fulton

All images are long exposures shot in-camera i.e. not digitally created.

Carol produces largescale contemporary photographs of land and seascapes in Kent, and derelict interiors abroad, featuring moving figures, fire, flowers. A sense of incongruity and the incidental pervades the images, and a concentration of energy infuses her subjects. The images are composed deliberately and with precision, yet allowing for the accidental.


Carol began her series on derelict Greek and Italian rooms whilst at the Royal College of Art, attracted to these places by the quality of light and rich availability of empty, atmospheric interiors. Only recently has she begun to introduce the figurative element into this work


Having spent over ten years working indoors, either in her London studio or in abandoned buildings abroad, the move to Kent with its varied landscapes and coastlines has provided Carol with a constantly-changing and stimulating environment in which to set up her exterior photographs


Carol has been a freelance photographer since graduating from the Royal College of Art London in 1990. She began her career working primarily for designers and publishers producing images for book covers and opera/dance/theatre posters. Since moving to Kent Carol has concentrated on showing and selling her work. She is represented by The Fusion Gallery in Spain.

Carol also runs a company called mii Books, producing bespoke books on the history of particular properties, companies and schools.


The Chesterton Prize
The Fletcher King Award
The Boots/3M Award
Benson & Hedges Video Gold Award


Caroll Dempsey Thirkell, Enterprise IG, Quadrant Design, Bill Smith Studio, English National Opera, Royal Opera House, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Shakespeare Company, Penguin Books, Orion, Bloomsbury, Black Swan_Secker & Warburg, Jonathan Cape, Flamingo, Body Shop, New Scientist, Telegraph, Observer Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Country Living Magazine, Beautiful Living Magazine, Marks & Spencer, Shepherd Neame, Canterbury City Council, Peter Bonnici, Fletcher King, David Champion, Harrods, Paul Daly Studio, The Jam Factory