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 holds an 0-1 visa for the US.