Caroline Ryder moved from London to Los Angeles in 2005. She wrote for Shepard Fairey and Roger Gastman's Swindle magazine; was one of the LA Weekly's first fashion bloggers, and edited Variety's style blog, The Stylephile. She has written about music, culture and style for the New York Times, Village Voice, New York magazine, LA Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Juxtapoz, The Advocate, and Dazed magazine. She has worked with brands and record labels, including Citizens of Humanity, DISTINCT, Hurley, Scion, UNIQLO, Dim Mak records, Disney, Hollywood Records, Warner Music, and Sanrio (Hello Kitty).
She has ghostwritten several books, including "Kicking Up Dirt", the memoir of deaf X Games champion motocross racer Ashley Fiolek (HarperCollins, 2011), under option by Sony Pictures. "Dirty Rocker Boys", the memoir she co-wrote with 1990s music video star Bobbie Brown (Simon and Schuster, Nov 2013) is a Kindle bestseller. She moved to Joshua Tree in 2010, and returned to LA in 2013 to attend USC's prestigious Masters program in Screenwriting. Her desert-based feature script Mimi and Ulrich was shortlisted for the 2015 Sundance Screenwriters Workshop. She is represented by Adam Chromy of Movable Type Management, New York.