Chloë has fifteen years of experience as a filmmaker, photographer and creative facilitator, using digital arts within a range of educational, community and artistic contexts. She is based in London and holds an MA in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths University of London and a BA in Fine Art from Leeds Metropolitan University.
Filmmaker and Photographer
Chloë directs, shoots and edits a range of film and photography for arts and cultural organisations, charities, theatre companies, musicians and live events, specialising in documentary.
As an advocate of youth and community engagement, social justice and participatory arts, she designs and delivers high quality creative, filmmaking, digital media programs to community and youth groups, schools and universities, including mental health service users, looked-after children and young people with additional needs. She works in partnership with museums and cultural centres (London Transport Museum, Somerset House), charities (Holborn Community Association, Mind, Great Ormand Street Hospital, Stretch Charity), and educational istitutions (Central Saint Martins, University of Durham and University College London). She is also a trained Arts Awards Advisor.