A cinematography graduate of the National Film and Television School, Chloë has shot a number of award-winning films. Her work has been screened at festivals worldwide, including Cannes and Sundance. Chloë was a 2017-2018 BAFTA Breakthrough Brit and in 2019 was named a Screen International Star of Tomorrow. In 2019, Chloë was invited to join the British Society of Cinematographers.
Chloë recently wrapped on HERE BEFORE, a BBC iFeature produced by Rooks Nest Entertainment, written and directed by Stacey Gregg and starring Andrea Riseborough. In 2019, Chloë lensed ADULT MATERIAL, a four-part drama for Channel4 about the adult film industry, written by Lucy Kirkwood, directed by Dawn Shadforth, and starring Hayley Squires.
In 2018, Chloë shot THE LONG SONG, a three-part adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel, with long-time collaborator Mahalia Belo, for BBC1 and NBCU. Chloë also lensed two episodes of the new season of TOP BOY, for Netflix, with director Nia DaCosta. Previous work includes: REQUIEM, a six-part psychological thriller for BBC1 and Netflix; ELLEN, a feature-length television drama, for Channel4; second unit on 20,000 Days on Earth, a feature-length documentary about Nick Cave, and multiple award-winning short films and promos.
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. She is represented by Ellie Cook at Echo Artists in the UK, and by Ann Murphy at ICM Partners in the US.
Chloë holds an 0-1 visa for the US.