Biography / Filmography

I am a film maker/director. I studied fine art at college then went on to train in film and video, partly ‘on the job’ training and through attending 16mm film production courses at the National Film and Television School. I became involved in community video in London during the 1980’s and produced and worked on community, social issue programmes for Channel 4. I then worked extensively first as a camera assistant then camera operator on documentary and arts programmes for the BBC and Channel 4. As a filmmaker I have written and directed a series of short films. ‘Clutch ‘was made in 2002 through the UK Film Council’s Digital Short Scheme and is distributed by the British Council to International film festivals. ‘Lazy Eye’ was made as part of a residency at Bristol old Vic Theatre School and went on to win the HTV South West Award at Brief Encounters Short Film Festival 2003.

Carol Stevens lives and works in Bristol. She teaches part-time at the University of the West of England where she is a senior lecturer in Graphic Design.


Clutch. 2002, 5’ 42”, Video

Lazy Eye. 2003, 5’ 02”, Video

Ladies. 2004, 17’ 41”, Video

Room 6. (Collaboration with Moira Gavin) 2004, 7mins, Video

Donkey’s Years. 2006, 4 mins, Video

Temple Meads (Collaboration with Moira Gavin) 2006
- Perimeter. 1’ 8”, Video
- Downtime. 1’13”, Video
- Direction. 37”, Video

Sennybridge Army Training Camp (Collaboration with Moira Gavin) 2007
- Mynydd Epynt. 5’ 26” Video

Avonmouth/Severn Beach (Collaboration with Moira Gavin) 2008
- End of Line. 4’ 33” Video

Tackle Photography This Way.(Collaboration with Amy Houghton) 2010, 6’ 54”, Stop Motion Animation.