To enforce surrounding surveillance efficiently and reduce the heavy cost to deploy various infrastructures, mobile sinks are perceived to have potentials for utilization by wireless multimedia sensor networks (WMSNs). However, since high-mobility usually causes communication disconnections and the high re-transmission rate will consume more network resources, quality of experience (QoE) monitoring and control is a must that WMSNs with mobile sinks (MS-WMSNs) should provide satisfactory services with constrained resources. In this paper, we propose a novel QoE-named content-centric network paradigm for MS-WMSNs, which supports location independent networking and low redundancy data aggregation. Each network node constructs a hierarchical content naming tree (HCNT) negotiated by QoE parameters. The MS prioritizes the sensing data and caches them differentially by identifying these QoE parameters based content names. Simultaneously, to verify the feasibility, we design a stochastic network calculus model to analyse the performances of our proposed network paradigm at worst-case situation. Simulation results show that the proposed paradigm reduces end-to-end communication delay.