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Looks like you've found my website! Feel free to browse around--there's plenty to see. If you'd like to get in touch or learn more about the work that I do, this is my resume. Thanks for stopping by and don't be afraid to say hello!
- Caroline

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STILL SOPHIE announces trailer release and official partnership with the National Aphasia Association.



Four and a half years ago, young talent Sophia Salveson’s life changed forever. Doctors said she may never walk again, may never talk again, may never perform again. They were wrong. This short documentary examines the life of 24-year old Sophie who is living proof that global aphasia and loss of motor function are conditions that will not define her.

VISIONARY ends festival run on a high note



Caroline's first short film finished its festival run at Lexington, KY's Filmslang Film Festival in the fall of 2016. It has been accepted to 4 festivals and was nationally recognized by the College Media Association for 'Best Documentary.' 



Sue Buckley founded one of the most inspiring blind mentoring programs in the nation. How she did it? Tandem bicycling.




In 2015, Caroline interned for HealthiNation, the leading producer of original health and lifestyle video programming, located in the heart of New York City.With over 32 million viewers accessing their content monthly, HealthiNation has tips on cooking, nutrition, fitness, and its latest award-winning documentary series about those who live with and advocate for life-long health conditions.

 Clean Eating - Directed by Charles Conyers, edited by Caroline Knight. 

Loch & Key Productions

Loch & Key Productions is a video production company based in Knoxville, Tennessee. L&K has covered everything from music festivals to local businesses and strive for quality through and through. 

Directors of Photography Andy Feliu, Eli Hechmer, Justin Cipriani, Lauren Fyfe. 
Asst. Edited by Fern Carpenter, Caroline Knight.

Humans of UTK

     Inspired by Humans of New York, Caroline began this photoblog to bring light to the unique and compelling stories of students, faculty, and any other kind of person found on UTK's campus. Caroline aims to introduce fresh and diverse perspectives and plug into an entirely new dimension of the University of Tennessee.

See it for yourself and click here!

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A short film that follows Jordan Hull, a Nashville-based folk artist who rides the highest peaks and the darkest depths of bipolar disorder.

Directed by Kyle Turgeon
Produced by Made In Network
Asst. Edited by Caroline Knight