Carrie grew up in Tiverton, RI where she was first introduced to photography, ceramics, drawing and painting in high school. In 2003, she received a BFA in photography from Pratt Institute in NY. Currently, Carrie is pursuing a master’s degree in art therapy at Pratt Institute and leads an art therapy group for adults with autism and developmental disabilities. She is an intern at the Providence Center where she helps adolescents in crisis. In her personal artwork, Carrie uses photography along with paint, markers and pens to create mixed media collages. She also enjoys making sculptures within nature using found objects and natural materials.