Ravillious Drawn to War

Foxtrot Films
Directed by Margy Kinmonth
Nominated for a Grierson Award for Best Arts Film this is the first full length feature documentary on the life of landscape artist Eric Ravilious.

The Princess Switch 3 - Romancing the Star

Directed by Mike Rohl
With Vanessa Hudgens, Will Kemp, Remi Hii and cast.

A Castle for Christmas

Directed by Mary Lambert
With Brooke Shields, Cary Elwes and cast. Caroline was Choreographer on this film.

Last letter from your Lover

Blueprint Pictures
Directed by Augustine Frizzell
From the best selling book by Jojo Moyes. With Shalene Woodley, Felicity Jones, Callum Turner and Nabhaan Rizwan. Choreography throuhout by Caroline Pope.

The Princess Switch 2 - Switched Again

Directed by Mike Rohl
With Vanessa Hudgens and Nick Sager this was the global No1 film for Netflix during it’s first week at Christmas 2020.

The Hustle

Directed by Chris Addison
With Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson and Nicholas Woodeson

Swimming With Men

Met Film Production
Directed by Oliver Parker
Finale Dance with Rob Brydon, Adeel Akhtar, Jim Carter, Rupert Graves, Daniel Mays, Thomas Turgoose, Charlotte Riley and cast

Bees Make Honey

Written and Directed by Jack Eve
Produced by AJ Riach. Choreography and movement directing (with Alice Eve, Josephine de La Baume, Wilf Scolding Ivanno Jeremiah & cast)

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Fox Searchlight
Directed by Simon Curtis
Movement Direction throughout (including PTSD or Shell Shock as it was then known) period physicality and choreography with Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and cast.

Another Life

Winchester Films
Directed by Philip Goodhew
(with Ioan Gruffudd, Imelda Staunton, Tom Wilkinson, Rachel Stirling)

Hot Fuzz

Big Talk Productions
Directed by Edgar Wright
(with Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman, Bill Nighy)

Jane Eyre

Directed by Franco Zeffirelli
(with Charlotte Gainsbourg, William Hurt, Anna Paquin)

Wuthering Heights

Paramount Pictures
Directed by Peter Kosminsky
Produced by Mary Selway (with Juliette Binoche, Ralph Fiennes, Janet McTeer)


Delphi V Productions
Directed by Jim Henson
Produced by George Lucas (ballroom scene with David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly)


Foundation S2.

Apple TV
Directed by David S. Goyer and Alex Graves
Series 2 of this epic Sci Fi tale. As well as continuing her role as Movement Director Caroline also had an acting part playing Astrid in this new series.

Geek Girl

Declan O'Dwyer
Caroline is Choreographer on this Netflix series based on the bestselling books by Holly Smale. Due for release in 2024.

Alan Carr’s Adventures with Agatha Christie

Apple TV
Caroline appears along side Alan helping him find Hercule Poirot’s walk.

Signora Volpe S2

Acorn TV
A second series is underway set in the beautiful Italian countryside. Caroline collaborated with military advisor Paul Biddiss working with Emilia Fox on this titular role.

Foundation S1

Apple TV
Directed by Rupert Sanders
Caroline was series Movement Director on this David S Goyer project based on the Issac Asimov trilogy. Jared Harris, Lee Pace, Terrence Mann, Laura Birn, Cassian Bilton, Lou Llobell, Leah Harvey and cast. First aired September 2021.

Doctor Who S12

Directed by Emma Sullivan
With Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Welsh, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill and cast. Caroline worked on movement for one of The Doctor's arch adversaries and choreography for the team in the new series.

His Dark Materials

Directed by Euros Lyn
With Dafne Keen and cast. Caroline was Movement Coach for the aerial witches


Sk1 / ABC
Directed by John Hardwick
With Dawn French, Franco Nero, Ian Glen, Ruairi O'Conner, Aaron Anthony, Mark Letheren, Risteard Cooper, Tanya Reynolds and cast.

Mr Selfridge S4

ITV / Masterpiece
Directed by Robert Del Maestro, Rob Evans, Joss Agnew, Lawrence Till, Bill Anderson & Frazer McDonald
Caroline worked as Series Choreographer.

Love, Nina

Directed by S J Clarkson
Screenplay by Nick Hornby after the book by Nina Stibbe. Caroline worked as Preparatory Movement Coach to the child actor Ethan Rouse.

You, Me And The Apocalypse

Working Title / NBC
Directed by Saul Metzstein
With Mathew Baynton and Joel Fry.

Jekyll And Hyde

Directed by Colin Teague
With Tom Bateman, Natalie Gumede, Ruby Bentall & Niamh Walsh.


Directed by Jessica Hobbs
With Stellan Skarsgard and Nicola Walker

Mr Selfridge S3

Directed by Rob Evans, Robert Del Maestro, Joss Agnew, Lawrence Till
With Jeremy Priven, Hannah Tointon, Trystan Gravelle, Amy Morgan, Greg Austin and cast.

Mr Selfridge S2

Directed by Anthony Byrne
Including a Tango for ‘Kitty’ played by Amy Beth Hayes and dancers Tara Pillbrow and Amir Giles.


Directed by Richard Elson
Pilot thriller written by Richard Elson. A peep show dance for Charlotte Gascoyne

Nearly Famous

Directed by Sheree Folkson, Mat Whitecross, John Hardwick
The Nearly Famous mini series for Kudos TV debuted on Channel 4's E4 in November 2007. Caroline worked with this young cast including Talulah Riley and Aaron Taylor Johnson.

Scarlet And Black

Directed by Ben Bolt
With Ewan McGregor and Rachel Weisz.


Talk Back Productions
Directed by Robert Knight
With Martin Clunes, Griff Rhys Jones, Samantha Janus.


Only Human

Photographer Kurtiss Lloyd, Producer Ash K Halliburton. Film and copy.
Movement direction by Caroline Pope

Jigsaw - New Wave

The National Film and Television School
Directed by Roland Kennedy
With Leo Hatton and Tom Greaves. 2018 Clio Award winner and Silver Arrows nominee.

Scottish Widows

Twenty Twenty
Directed by Paul Stuart
New campaign with model Amber Martinez.

Voltaren - GSK

Saatchi & Saatchi / Ridley Scott Associates
Directed by Toby Dye
‘You Are As Old As You Move’ Shadow Play with Marion and Digger Booth

Superga - My Summer Holiday

Twinset Films
Directed by Twinset Films
Movement direction by Caroline

Toyota - Lexus

Rattling Stick
Directed by Daniel Kleinman
Producer Johnnie Frankel. Puppetry language.

Mars - Galaxy

Rattling Stick
Directed by Daniel Kleinman
Produced by Johnnie Frankel. Caroline developed the Audrey Hepburn movement quality .

Coca Cola

Hungry Man
Directed by Bryan Buckley
Producer Mino Jarjoura. Pre shoot casting choreography in London

Unilever - Walls

MoFilm /Loewe
Directed by Pete Williams (Stay Gold)
Produced by Kasia Malipan

Top Shop

Flax Films
Twinset Films
Caroline worked on the movement with the models for several Twinset Films directed ads.

Temperley London

Flax Films
Twinset Films

Ant and Dec - Push The Button promo

Directed by Chaka Sobhani


King Lear

Theatre Royal, Bath
Directed by Lucy Bailey
Designer William Dudley. With David Haig as Lear

A Christmas Carol

Tabard Theatre, London
Directed by Simon Godwin

James and the Giant Peach

Theatre Royal, Northampton
Directed by Dani Parr

All the Daughters of the War

National Theatre Studio
Directed by Jonathan Harper
Writen by Charlotte Keatley


The Almeida
Directed by Jonathan Kent
The Almeida's production directed by Jonathan Kent with Diana Rigg as Medea won an Olivier when it transferred to the West End and then a Tony award in New York on Broadway.

A Doll's House

West End / Broadway
Directed by Anthony Page
Produced by Thelma Holt  and with Janet McTeer and Owen Teale. 1997 Tony Awards Winner: best director, best actress, best actor, best revival.

The Three Musketeers

The Gate
The Three Musketeers
With Lee Simpson.  Time Out award winner.

Trilby and Svengali

Shared Experience
Directed by Nancy Meckler

Dr Faustus

Contact Theatre
Directed by Bridget Larmour

Never Better

National Youth Theatre at the ICA
Directed by Dean Byfield

The Sound of Music

West Yorkshire Playhouse
Directed by Irina Brown



Buxton International Festival
Directed by Elijah Moshinsky
Critically acclaimed movement scenes throughout.

Kiss Me Kate

Theater Magdeburg
Directed by Walter Sutcliffe
Designers Timo Dentler and Okarina Peter


New Sussex Opera
Directed by Tony Baker
Listed as one of “The Hits of The Year” in the Telegraph revue of 2011 with Sally Silver in the title role and the wonderful amateur chorus.

The Abduction from the Seraglio

Opera North
Directed by Tim Hopkins
Designer Gideon Davey

Of Thee I Sing

Opera North / Sadler’s Wells
Directed by Caroline Gawn

Let 'Em Eat Cake

Opera North / Sadler’s Wells
Directed by Caroline Gawn


Royal Opera House
Directed by John Copley


Royal Opera House Covent Garden
Directed by Elijah Moshinsky


Pimlico Opera/Lyric Theatre
Directed by Lucy Bailey

Eugene Onegin

English National Opera
Directed by Julia Hollander
Designer: Fotini Dimou

The Gondoliers

D'Oyly Carte
Directed by Tim Hopkin
Designer  Nigel Lowery

Mary of Egypt

Aldeburgh Festival
Directed by Lucy Bailey
The world premier of this work by Sir John Taverner.

Noyes Fludde

Aldeburgh Festival
Directed by Lucy Bailey

L'incontro Improviso

Garsington Opera
Directed by Stephen Metcalf

The Marriage of Figaro

Scottish Opera
Directed by John Cox


New Sussex Opera
Directed by Keith Warner

Short Films and Documentaries


Blink Productions / Warner Brothers
Directed by Max McLachlan
Music Promo for Birdy. Cowriters Max McLachlan and Lily Ashley.

Better To Be Lucky Than Rich

Directed by Roland Kennedy
Written and performed by Lily Ashley, cinematographer Krzysztof Trojnar, music by Hugo Hamlet and costume by Edie Ashley.

The Corridor

Black Dog Films
Directed by Toby Dye
Four screen video installation for the 'Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick' exhibition at Somerset House. Directed by Toby Dye with a Score by James Lavelle (Unkle) and Keaton Henson, Producer Rebecca Mills for RSA's Black Dog Films, Executive Producer Katie Dolan. Written by John Allison, Chris Boville & Toby Dye. With Joanna Lumley, Aidan Gillen and Chris Akrill.

Brighter Borough

London Fashion Week
Directed by Georgia Parris
The directors first film for designer Louisa Parris at London Fashion Week, The Dance Film Festival, Lincoln Center New York and The London Short Film Festival.


London Fields
Directed by Prue Waller
Winner of Swansea Festival Best UK Documentary, Honourable mention at Twin Rivers Festival


British Screen Finance Ltd
Directed by Paul Unwin
Winner 1994 Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize, Best Short Film, Oscar Nominated 1995 Best Short Film, BAFTA nominated 1994 Best Short Film, Golden Palm Nominated Best Short Film


The Thinking Drinkers ‘Heroes of Hooch’

Edinburgh and on tour
Directed by Jeremy Stockwell
The new show for the stand-ups comedians lecture tour. Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham took The Thinking Drinkers ‘Heroes of Hooch’ on tour after their success at the Edinburgh Festival.


Serpentine, Tate Triennial, Miami, Berlin and Basel.
Directed by Monster Chetwynd
Several events including the Serpentine Summer Show with the performance artist and Turner Prize Nominee 2012.


Linbury Studio / Royal Opera House
Solo Aerialist and Rope Artist


National Theatre
Acrobatic trio


Southbank, London
Caroline was the Choreographer in Residence at London's Southbank Centre for a community project with a hundred dancers and non dancers of all ages. The piece was about the sense of smell and the memories it can evoke.

Photo by Clare Park with dancers Ann Dickie and Andrew Kean Hammerson.

The Soldiers Tale

The Donmar Warehouse
Directed by Caroline Pope
Covent Garden Festival. Designed by Laura Hopkins with Sam West as The Narrator.

El Tigre

Covent Garden Festival
Directed by Caroline Pope
Composer Ben Bartlett, conductor Charles Hazleworth, designer Laura Hopkins.

The Pillow Book Song

Queen Elizabeth Hall
Directed by Caroline Pope
The London International Opera Festival. Composed by Paul Barker. Installation Artist Susan Stockwell.

I Am Right You Are Wrong

Holland Park
Directed by Caroline Pope
Book launch for Edward De Bono.