A cinematography graduate of the National Film and Television School, Chloë has shot a number of award-winning films, and her work has been screened at festivals worldwide, including Cannes and Sundance. Chloë was recently named a 2017 BAFTA Breakthrough Brit.
Chloë recently wrapped on REQUIEM, a six-part psychological thriller for BBC1 and Netflix. Last year, Chloë shot ELLEN, her first feature-length television drama, for Channel4. ELLEN won a Broadcast award for Best Single Drama, and gained director Mahalia Belo a BAFTA for Breakthrough Talent. After lensing theatre director Katie Mitchell’s first short, UNSEEN, for Film4, Katie invited Chloë to collaborate with her on SHATTEN, a live video show, which premiered at the Schaubühne in September 2016. In 2015 Chloë shot DAMASCUS COVER, her first fiction feature film, a spy thriller starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Olivia Thirlby and John Hurt. She also shot I DO, the singer-songwriter Natasha Khan’s first short, which formed part of the feature compilation MADLY, and premiered at Tribeca 2016.
Chloë shot 2nd Unit for the feature documentary 20,000 DAYS ON EARTH, which premiered at Sundance 2014. Chloë had two short films in competition at Sundance 2013 – JONAH, a Film4 short she shot in Zanzibar, and VOLUME, her fiction graduation film, which won the British Independent Film Award 2012 for Best Short Film. JONAH also screened at Sundance London, was nominated for a BIFA 2013 for Best Short Film, and won Best Cinematography at Underwire Festival 2013.
Her animation graduation film, HEAD OVER HEALS, has won multiple awards at international festivals, and was nominated for Best Animated Short at the 85th Academy Awards.
Chloë has a heartfelt passion for visual storytelling, and whether working on fiction, documentary, music promos, commercials, or stop motion animation, she loves engaging in film projects in a fitting and original visual style.
Chloë is based in London and is represented by Lynda Mamy at United Agents.