Agent: Araminta Whitley
Carole Jahme is an evolutionary psychologist who has spent her life enthralled by primates and our relationships with them, pooling her continuous academic research into creative projects. Carole works as a journalist and has been a regular contributor to The Guardian for many years, with her own weekly evolutionary agony aunt column Ask Carole. Carole has also authored two successful books, a non-fiction work Beauty and the Beasts: Women, Ape and Evolution and a fictional, satirical vampire novel Worth Their Weight in Blood. Carole has presented several documentaries on evolution and psychology for the BBC, Channel 4, Animal Planet, the Discovery Channel and Channel 5. Carole also works as executive producer of Flickering Ltd. She has had academic research funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council and has written and performed two one-woman comedy shows, which pair evolutionary psychology with satire and humour, with funding from the Wellcome Trust. Carole has also received awards from the STFC, the Wellcome trust, The European Commission and Hunter Hall Deep Green Global Trust and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She lives in London with her two sons.