Caroline Hyman is a widely exhibited photographer.
Her work is held in public and private collections around the world and has appeared in numerous books and publications.
She is a Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society and a member of the Visual Art Distinctions panel.
In 1997 she was invited to join Arena in recognition of her commitment to the highest standards of photography and print making.

A member of the PGP and Garden Media Guild gardenmediaguild.​co.​uk. Her work has appeared in The International Garden Photographer of the Year at Kew.
Photographer Terry O'Neil says of her work "..a stunning, fresh innovative eye in photography. The Georgia O'Keeffe of the camera.."
Her work
Caroline prints all her own work and is still an active darkroom worker.
Many of the still life images are in limited editions. Originating on monochrome film, the silver prints are toned and hand tinted giving them their unique quality and individuality.
The environmental portraits are an on going project depicting rural crafts and craftsmen at work, as well as farmers who still use traditional farming methods.
These skills and techniques are known by only a few and are in danger of dying out.
A large collection of her monochrome work and some colour images has been commissioned by The Quince Tree in the Stonor Valley, near Henley on Thames where it is on permanent display.
Portrait of a Valley, the Hambleden Valley in photographs is an insight into the people and places of this unique area of the Chilterns.
Portrait of a Shoot, tells the story in photographs of a year in the life of a pheasant shoot.
Both books are available from and for overseas delivery.