Caroline Wright is one part ordered editor and one part wandering artist. These qualities, along with an insatiable appetite, combine to support her food editorial career as a cook, author and stylist.

During college in Paris, she fell in love with the rebellious attitude of her friends who adapted their nation's culinary traditions, without sacrificing skill or technique, to make the experience of eating and cooking more approachable. That irreverent but practical space is still present in Caroline’s most favorite projects, fueling imaginative recipes that hold beautiful and tasty food as the standard. Formal training at La Varenne cooking school introduced Caroline to the culinary language and skill she honed as a food editor at Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food for two years. For the following decade, Caroline worked from her home kitchen in Brooklyn and various test kitchens in New York as a freelance food editor, stylist and busy cook.

In addition to her work as a cookbook author, Caroline collaborates with photographers and editors as a recipe developer, food stylist and culinary writer. Caroline is constantly exploring unexpected ways to serve comfort in every recipe, story or photo she makes, so follow along as she plays with her food on her blog. Caroline lives in Seattle with her husband and two boys.



Selected Clients

Food Network Magazine, Real Simple, Health, Shape, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Living, Coastal Living, Culture Magazine, Cooking Light, The Cooking Channel, Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food, Oxmoor House, Food52, Bon Appétit, Food and Wine