Caroline Harding Productions
Caroline Harding Productions is a production company based in Miami Florida that is devoted to making documentaries about individuals who have made a difference.
Caroline Harding graduated with a degree in Creative Writing from Florida State University in 1981 and immediately got a job with the local ABC affiliate in production. After seven months, during which time she went from tearing news scripts to studio floor director and audio engineer, she began directing live news. In 1983, she moved to Los Angeles, where she was employed as a technical director for the premiere of the Disney Channel. After two years, she became and editor for the Disney Channel and within that year, senior editor.
But she missed writing, so she left Disney and became a freelance writer for a variety of magazines, including American Cinematographer, Los Angeles, National Wildlife, and Modern Maturity. It was for Modern Maturity Magazine that she wrote a feature cover story about Barbara Korsch, The Good Doctor, which led Harding to co-author a book with Korsch for Oxford University Press called The Intelligent Patient’s Guide to the Doctor-Patient Relationship, Learning How to Talk So Your Doctor Will Listen. Fascinated by Korsch’s life, Harding decided to produce and direct a movie about her in 2005 and has been involved in its post-production.