Chloe is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer
based in London. Her short films have screened worldwide at festivals as well as on the Guardian, BBC3, London Live, and BBC Radio 4. Chloe is interested in character-led documentaries and has made films on a diverse range of topics- lobster fisherwomen, female genital mutilation, self-marriage, launderettes, an atomic bomb survivor and elderly transgender women.
Chloe also runs a production company called
, specialising in films for NGOs (Save the Children, WaterAid, Oxfam) and arts organisations (National Theatre, Barbican). Through this work Chloe has travelled around the world filming in over 25 countries.
If you would like to give feedback, are interested in commissioning a short film, or would
like to enquire about workshops please don't hesitate to get in touch.
2015: Macdowell Colony Resident
2014: BBC3 Fresh Docs Pitch Winner
2014: Wellcome Trust Development Award Winner
2014: Tongal/Spitfire Development Award Winner
2013: BFI Doc/Next Media Lab- Development and Bursary Award
2012: Peace Boat- Travelled around the world on a boat making films for Japanese charity Peace Boat
2016: Quiet Videos- Short documentary for the Guardian.
2015: The Long Haul- Short documentary. Nominated for Best Documentary at The London Short Film Festival.
2014: An All-Encompassing Light- Short documentary. Winner of Audience Award at the Imperial War Museum. Official selection: Open City Docs Fest, London
Short Film Festival, Underwire Film Festival, Aesthetica Short Film Festival
2013: Recommended Washing Powder- Short documentary. Official selection: London Short Film Festival, Sheffield Doc/Fest Videoteque, Underwire Film Festival, Branchage Film Festival
2012: This Life that Chose Me- Short documentary. Official selection: Sheffield Doc/Fest, Underwire Film Festival
2011: MA Documentary Film, London College of Communication
2007: BA English Literature and Film Studies, University of Sussex