Caroline C. Kilgore is a native Atlantan, who grew up playing in Orme Park and eating at George’s in Virginia Highlands and remembers waving to bicycle shorts man every week from the back of her mom’s mini van en route to soccer practice (while her carpool friends giggled). An accomplished photographer, Kilgore studied photojournalism at the University of Georgia. She joined the magazine in 2008 and spends her days working with freelance photographers and shooting for the magazine. She enjoys bodysuits, Robyn, and all things cat-related.
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