Caroline has over 25 years of experience in post-production and her editing work has been screened in thirty film festivals all over the world. She also has experience in broadcasting and worked as an audio commentary systems operator at the London Olympics in 2012.
As an educator, her journal ‘Do 3Ds and VR share the same visual grammar?’ was accepted by IBC, following her MSc in 3D stereoscopic media, and she has done live projects at Ravensbourne with; The Science Museum, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sharpshooters, Tag Rugby Trust, UNESCO - that led to exhibitions/screenings at the Science Museum, Imperial War Museum, BBC Rugby Union online and Sky.
Caroline specialises in teaching; asset management (Avid Nexis,) the art of editing, avid (she is an Avid-certified trainer) online (working to a Digital Production Partnership High Definition specification) and colour grading (Nucoda).
Originally training as a fine artist, Caroline graduated from Chelsea College. Her artistic interests span editing, music, dance, directing and painting.
Caroline Orme MSc