Caitlin Chescoe is a British portrait and documentary photographer based in London. Her photography is centred around community where she is most interested in exploring and sharing the stories of everyday individuals, celebrating the ordinary. The narrative of Chescoe's work is often formed through the connection to her heritage, mixing her own work with archival imagery to develop a number of long and short term projects. 

Chescoe holds a BA (Hons) degree in Photography from The Arts University Bournemouth and her work has been exhibited throughout the UK including The Brighton Photo Fringe Festival.


Selected Clients

The Telegraph Magazine

Stella Magazine

Hodder & Stoughton

The Dyers Daughter

Material Magazine

Marie Claire Taiwan

Selected Photography Awards

Winner 1854 Fast Track Award 2021

Shortlisted Palm* Photo Prize 2020

Shortlisted South West Graduates Photography Prize 2015

Creative Conscience Award 2013

Shortlisted LPA Award 2013

Photographers Award AUB 2012

Selected Group Exhibitions

Shortlisted The Royal Photographic Society International Photography Exhibition 2021

Lens Scratch 2020 Self-Quarantining Exhibition

Photograd 2017 

Brighton Photo Fringe 2016

South West Graduates Photography Prize - Knowle West Media Centre 2016

South West Graduates Photography Prize - Old Truman Brewery 2015

Sprawl - Old Truman Brewery 2015

The Arts University Bournemouth Graduates Exhibition 2015

Of The Afternoon - Doomed Gallery 2015

Portraits 2015

Lucis 2014

TheGallery AUB 2012

Selected Features

British Journal of Photography

It's Nice That


You Are My Favourite Tree

PROPA Magazine

Shoot Film

Photograd Spotlight


JRNL Magazine


Young Shot


BBC Radio Guernsey 2021

The Regis School 2017

Brighton Photo Fringe 2016

Using Format