Jocelyn Carlin

Auckland, New Zealand


New Zealand b.1955

~~Like most New Zealander's, she is well travelled and has always been most interested in indigenous cultures of the world, and particularly the Pacific region for more than 10 years.

~~More recently she has explored consequences of environmental and social change on those peoples.

~~She has two published books, 'Mana Wahine, Maori women who show the Way' and 'Beach, New Zealand' and been involved on many group publications and group and solo exhibitions in New Zealand and Australia.~~She is currently a Trustee of the Auckland Photography Festival.

Tuvalu’s ten thousand people face the horrifying prospect of becoming refugees of climate change, as rising sea levels caused by global warming threaten to submerge the entire country.

More than 170 people were killed when waves up to 15 feet high hit the islands of Samoa, destroying entire villages.

Jocelyn Carlin visits her cousin a month after the fires of Black Saturday.

Jocelyn Carlin spends time on the islands of Kiribati as the people try to adapt to the effects of climate change.