Chloe is a performer and theatre maker currently working independently in the UK and Australia. She completed her dance degree from Queensland University of Technology in Australia, and gained a Masters in Theatre from Coventry University in the UK. She has worked as a performer for various artists in including Collusion, Liz Roche Company, Prying Eye productions and OutKast Opera Company. She has also worked commercially for large touring productions of Doctor Who’s Symphonic Spectacular and The Heard as part of GOMA’s Festival season. Throughout her MA she worked with Frantic Assembly developing a devised piece for the Lyric Hammersmith theatre in London in 2017. While in the UK she created a new physical theatre show ‘My name is Sam’ under a newly established theatre company Sticky Toffee Theatre. And has begun working as a movement director for theatre groups throughout the UK.
Chloe has an interest in dance and theatre hoping to combine the disciplines to create work that is accessible for non arts audiences and create experiences that collaborate with the community. She is currently completing a Social Work degree looking to meld her practice in arts and community. Chloe's new show Endless focuses on anxiety and mental health awareness in this turbulent time.
Ever since its inception Chloe has performed for LJ Projects in both the critically acclaimed Vincent from 2014-2019 and 2018 Antithesis. From 2019 Chloe has partnered with Melissa Lanham to run LJ Projects from the Sunshine Coast to expand the company. During this time they have created a comprehensive program of engagement initiatives and continue to provide professional works both locally and nationally.