Caryline Boreham is a fine arts photographer based in Auckland, New Zealand. Her work has been exhibited and published in New Zealand, Australia, North America and Europe.

Boreham’s work is concerned with an ongoing exploration of the built environment with a particular interest in how people inhabit their surroundings. Her photography of vacant interior spaces examines the human condition through markers of interaction. Recently, Boreham has extended this ideology to exterior landscapes of social ritual.

In 2017, Boreham was one of 24 artists published in Space, the catalogue for the Prix Pictet Award, which also included Richard Mosse, Beate Gutschow, Michael Wolf and Thomas Ruff.