Chloe was born in Orange County, California where as a young girl she played various sports. But, after spending her first summer at a local musical theater camp, she knew that performing on stage was where she had to be! She traded in her soccer cleats for tap shoes and began vocal lessons. Shortly thereafter, Chloe joined a local musical theater group. She began formal dance training at the age of 12, and studied at various dance schools in Southern California. She worked intensely with teachers: Charles Maple, Alaine Haubert, Janek Schergen, Shao Penn Wang, David Wilcox, and Carlee Gong. At the age of 15, she placed in the Top Ten at the Youth America Grand Prix Competition's Senior Division in both classical and contemporary categories.
To further her dance studies at age 16, Chloe moved to the East Coast to train at the North Carolina School of the Arts in the classical ballet division under the direction of Dean Susan McCullough. During her time in North Carolina she had the privilege of working under the tutelage of Melissa Hayden famed Prima Ballerina of the New York City Ballet. Though at the time unfamiliar with the Balanchine Style, Chloe was immediately cast by Ms. Hayden to perform in George Balanchine’s Symphonie Concertante and La Sonnambula. She also received private coaching from Melissa Hayden for which she is eternally grateful. During her time at NCSA, Chloe was cast in all of the NCSA main productions that included Don Quixote, and Robert Lindgren’s Nutcracker. During her senior year she had the wonderful opportunity to perform as a demi soloist with American Ballet Theatre II in the ballet Raymonda.
Chloe received numerous scholarships to attend various prestigious summer intensives throughout her pre-professional years and attended American Ballet Theatre New York, Boston Ballet, Kirov Academy, Kaatsban International, Hubbard Street Dance, Alonzo King Lines Ballet, and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance.
Upon graduation from high school, Chloe received an invitation to study at the prestigious Juilliard School in New York under the Direction of Lawrence Rhodes. She was awarded her BFA in 2011. At The Juilliard School she studied many dance techniques and styles: Ballet, Modern, Pointe, Pas De Deux, Horton, Cunningham, Graham, Limon, Forsythe, Gaga, Contact Improvisation, Partnering, Choreography and Composition. She had the privilege to be a featured dancer in works by Jose Limon, David Parker, Adam Hougland, Antony Tudor, Johannes Wieland, Ohad Naharin, Aszure Barton, Merce Cunningham, and Jodie Gates.
Following her graduation from The Juilliard School, Chloe moved to the Midwest where she received a scholarship to train with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. During her time in Chicago, she danced with Ron De Jesus Dance Company, and was a guest performer with Chicago Dance Crash. She has worked with choreographers Jessica Deahr, Paul Christiano, Stephanie Martinez, Francisco Avina, and Fayth Caruso.
Continuing to expand her dance horizons and diversify her career, Chloe made the decision to relocate back to New York City. Since moving back, she has danced with Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company as a full time company member, and has been a guest performer with Oui Danse, J Chen Project, ACB Dance Company, and Dorcas Roman Dance Theater. Most recently, Chloe has worked with choreographer Grady McLeod Bowman and performed at the RWS & Associates Choreographer’s Showcase and BC Beat: A Broadway Choreography Showcase.
Chloe also enjoys choreographing and teaching.
Exploring her passions outside of concert dance, Chloe is currently pursuing a career in musical theatre, modeling, and TV and Film. She has been featured in music videos with major artists such as Beyonce and Icona Pop. And has worked with clients such as Loreal Matrix, Redken, and NY Fashion Week to name a few.
Chloe is currently signed with:
- MSA Talent Agency under their Dance Division
- MSA Models under their Commercial Division and Lifestyle Divisions
- BMG Models/Avalon Artists under their Commercial Division
Stay tuned for more exciting news!