Emmaline Carter is a twenty-three-year-old contemporary American artist and photographer currently living in Cincinnati, Ohio. Carter has a BFA in Fine Arts with a focus in photography from the University of Cincinnati within the school of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Through photo, video and sound, she explores the effects of trauma, and the traces that trauma leaves by using different methods of self-portraiture to express her own experiences with the residual nature of it and the possibility of healing in its wake.
Outside of her studio practice, Carter has worked as an artist assistant for artist and professor Lorena Molina during the curation of Molina's Reconciliation Garden, and has had work featured in F-Stop Magazine, Lenscratch, and was the 2021 grant recipient for Midwest Center for Photography's Emerge award.
Carter has also created album artwork for multiple artists featured on Spotify and other streaming platforms.