Australian born cinematographer Carolyn Constantine began her career in Sydney and soon developed a reputation for having an original and unique eye. As cinematographer to a number of the new wave of Australian directors such as Cate Shortland, Husein Alicjac and Carla Drago her work has won her numerous Australian and International awards and it was her winning the prestigous Ross Wood Memorial Trust Award from the Australian Cinematographers Society (ACS) that led her to NY in 1999. By the end of 2000 she had shot her first feature in the United States and her career and reputation continues to grow with her latest collaboration with Cate Shorland screening in Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2004. Carolyn now travels between NYC and Sydney where she continues to pursue her cinematography career determined to push the creative and technical boundaries of her craft, embracing both film and HD and contributing to the growing number of talented women behind the camera.