Chloe worked as a writer and editor for Logo TV's valentines day stunt. The stunt featured logo talent who encouraged viewers to stay tuned during the weekend of love-themed programming.
For this fun, last minute project Chloe was recruited to film a top-down shoot for the NYC chapter of the Women's March on Washington. The video was released on MLK Day, 2017 and was both a tribute to Dr. King, and the many people who helped create positive change in the world.
Chloe wrote and edited a promo to air on Logo TV for Thanksgiving holiday stunt. The stunt was hosted by Logo talents and included interstitial content that ran through the weekend.
For the launch of Logo TV's new dating show, Finding Prince Charming, Chloe both wrote and edited the stunt promo and interstitials. Labor Day of Love was host by Lance Bass and included interviews from contestants on the show as well as classic rom-coms.
Being that Logo TV is a LGBTQ channel, it was important to cover the 2016 election and highlight issues important to the LGBTQ community. Chloe wrote copy for the graphics based election coverage which included issue cards, calls to action from celebrities and live action voting encouragment from Logo talent.
Chloe was the second undergraduate to participate in the NYU Department of Anthropology's doctoral cultural filmmaking program. This film was her final thesis for the class, a study on Romare Bearden and the history of African American representation in the fine art world. A larger feature stemming from this short is still currently in production.
As a final project in her second year at NYU, Chloe and her co-director produced a documentary about the street artist Banksy, who had spent a month doing a residency in New York City. Shortly afterward, HBO used the footage to be shown in a much larger documentary, Banksy Does New York (Dir. Chris Moukarbel). Chloe earned an addiitonal camera credit for the film.
Chloe worked as a producer on this short piece by director Braulio Lin. In the experimental dance piece, a man and a woman struggle to break through an invisible wall that forces them to be apart.
Chloe produced this short film for director Jake Hirsch. The film featured a cast of kids in the final moments before their junior cotillion.
For a spooky stunt, Chloe wrote and edited promo and interstitial content for the Halloween weekend. These pieces ran on air throughout the weekend along with holiday themed shows and movies.
Welcome to the Ball is an experimental music video co-directed by Chloe. The video is inspired by Paris is Burning and is a study on the body, movement, and gender. The full music video is currently in production.
Chloe spent the summer of 2015 in Cuba as part of an intensive photography study abroad program. She was assigned to document an event, and this series is the result. Most of the images are shot in the morning. The black and white aesthetic creates cohesiveness among photos that were taken throughout six different markets in Havana.
Whistle. Kiss. Call. allowed Chloe to use the power of her camera to work against the negative power dynamics that she felt being catcalled on the streets while living and studying in Havana, Cuba in the summer of 2015. Each portrait was taken immediately after the artist was catcalled, usually without the subject’s consent or any warning. Along with the photo is the phrase that they called out to her. The piece speaks to issues surrounding tourism, gender, and race, among other things.
The piece debuted in a gallery showing at the Ludwig Foundation in Havana, Cuba (July, 2015) and as a part of the Gallatin Arts Festival in 2016 at the Gallatin Galleries in New York City.