Bookending life in New Orleans, where she currently lives, Carol attended The Boston Museum School and graduated with honors from The New York Restaurant School.
Her illustrations and product designs have been featured in national newspapers, magazines and design blogs. Her design for the Krewe of Iris flag hangs from homes around New Orleans every Mardi Gras.
Her writing has won her 2 residencies at Hypatia in the Woods in Washington State, Honorable Mention in Short Fiction from Glimmer Train, and Semi-Finalist in Walker Percy Short Fiction at Loyola University in New Orleans.
Since moving back home she's written features on food, art, and interesting people for ViaNolaVie, a New Orleans life and culture blog. Subjects range from how a Producer mines the complexity of the Super Bowl to find his story for 60 Minutes Sports to profiles of artists and cooks, from a Farriers Convention with an International Horse Shoeist Hall of Famer, to sous-chef for a pop-up Russian food feast from NYC in NOLA.
Pulitzer had a bit part speaking in the only movie that has ever authentically gotten New Orleans, The King of New Orleans, putting stage fright to bed permanently.