A moon that wakes the night disguising it as day, that draws shadows on the sand and reveals noctilucas in the sea. A sky that evidence the ovality of Earth. Space, it seems infinite but reachable. We are in between sounds of insects, the ocean and sea lions. Sea on each side. Energy that vibrates on the mud… Eureka: the austere is what’s deep, the hanging clothes become magical and a sun drowning in the water promises a new day, beyond, at the Cabo.
– Caro Patlis –
After going to Film School at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, she graduated from the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism program at the school of the International Center of Photography, New York City, in June of 2011. She won the “Sam Shahid” Scholarship as a reward for the series called Tony & The Crustypunks and was nominated for PDN’30 in 2011; in 2012 she won the PDN Ultimate Music Moment. Caro began her career as an intern for the brilliant Danny Clinch and shooting mainly for the Indie Music Scene between New York and Buenos Aires. She’s now currently based in Buenos Aires after 3 greatly productive years in New York.