Carol Fletcher is a photographer and writer living in Chicago.  She explores and documents social issues related to preservation, inequality, shelter dogs, animal welfare, aging, and waste.

She has photographed extensively in Cuba since 2010, documenting the many changes there.  Cuba projects include:

  • Cuba’s Entrepreneurs – Cuentapropistas
  • Cuba’s Museum Dogs – Perros de Museos
  • Cuba’s ANIPLANT and the need for animal welfare programs

Carol has also worked with non-profits to produce photo essays and video series for education and awareness.  Projects include:

  • Photo documentary on poverty in Guatemala for The God’s Child
  • Educational photo essays and videos for Kindred Spirits Animal Hospice in New Mexico
  • Documentary and awareness videos for Catahoula Rescue of New England

Carol photographs and writes for dog rescue groups Dogs Are Deserving Rescue and One More Dog Rescue.  She is on the Board of Directors for The Aniplant Project, a U.S. based non-profit dedicated to supporting ANIPLANT in Cuba.

Carol’s Guatemala and Cuba work won recognition in the 5th annual Pollux Awards in 2013.  Her work has been shown in National Geographic Traveler, exhibited in Chicago, and published in Cuba Journal and Havana Live.

On-going projects include documenting the lives of those people dedicated to dog rescue and preserving in photos what remains of old Chicago neighborhoods.

For print sales, licensing, or assignments, please send an email to Carol.Fletcher@rocketmail.com


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Carol Fletcher, exploring in Cuba. Photo by J. Cohen, 2011.