Caroline's journey began at the age of four where she first commenced training with Whitton-Morris School of Dance (1992 - 2005). In this period she gained exams in: B.B.O ballet advanced level 1, modern advanced level 2, tap, jazz and national dance.
Whilst training with the Whitton-Morris School of Dance she took part in many festivals. Highlights include success in the Junior Welsh Ballet Championships (2001) and competing in the Janet Cram awards in junior, senior and premiere sections (2001 - 2005). In 2004 she managed to become a premier finalist.
At 17 years old she was awarded a three-year scholarship with Laine Theatre Arts in Musical Theatre & Dance. During her scholarship she undertook further training in L.A.M.D.A. acting and I.S.T.D. ballet at advanced one level, and I.S.T.D. ballet teaching units.
She began building her teaching portfolio at Laine Theatre Arts, where she taught ballet in the junior sector (2007/08).
During 2007/08 she undertook a series of paid and voluntary employment which include modelling shows for L'Oreal and chaperoning celebrities at charity events in London. Christmas 2007 saw her first opportunity as a singer/dancer (also understudy for Tinkerbell) for a Peter Pan pantomime in Llandudno.
Following graduation from Laine Theatre Arts in summer 2008 she was successful in attaining work with carnival cruise liners as a singer/dancer, participating in two contracts: Carnival Elation (2008/09) and Carnival Destiny (2009).
In having to redirect her career path due to injuries in 2009, she undertook and passed a level 4 BBO teaching qualification in 2010. During this year she also began teaching at Whitton-Morris School of Dance.
Since 2010 she have continued earlier modelling work, such as winning Miss Flintshire and becoming a Miss Wales finalist (both 2011).