Chloe is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer based in London. Her films have screened worldwide at festivals (Sheffield Doc/Fest, Branchage, Open City Docs Fest, London Short Film Festival, Underwire, Berlin Short Shorts, Singapore Indie Film Fest). She has also had documentaries on BBC3, London Live, BBC Radio 4 and has secured film funding from the BFI and the Wellcome Trust. Through her work with NGOs and charities she also directed and produced films in Japan, Senegal, India and Peru. Chloe has a strong interest in character-led documentaries relating to human rights, social justice, and gender equality.
Chloe also runs a production company called Whalebone Films that produce documentaries and films for charities and arts organisations.
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
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