Chloe is from Birmingham and began singing professionally at the age of 16. She learnt her craft by performing across the UK at weddings, parties and charity events until she accepted the role of lead vocalist working for a leading holiday resort company where she entertained the crowds with her solo cabaret show as well as working as part of a show team performing various musical theatre style shows throughout the season.
From a young age Chloe has always had a love for classical music, and was classically trained from around the age of 14. She also has a passion for soul music, and is a very versatile vocalist which has enabled her to have such a varied amount of experience from performing successful tribute shows to the jazz singer 'Amy Winehouse' to performing as a classical singer with the city of Birmingham symphony orchestra.
Chloe trained at the London school of musical theatre graduating in 2012. She performed in Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet' whilst training as well as the musical 'allegro' written by Rogers and Hammerstein, performed at the Bridewell theatre, London.

Since graduating from drama school Chloe has worked solidly as a solo vocalist and also as part of a 1940's style close harmony girl group, performing at venues such as the Ricoh arena in Coventry, Bridgewater hall in Manchester and Birmingham's symphony hall. Chloe has also performed at various charity events such as the NSPCC laughter ball at the ICC Birmingham. She has also supported and sang for charities including help for heroes, cancer research, Macmillan, and the queen Elizabeth hospital's cancer unit.
Chloe holds a BA honours degree in Drama and Education and as well as performing professionally Chloe enjoys teaching children and currently works as a drama specialist at the children's charity 'Malachi specialist family support services' as well as working as an assistant creative director at Birmingham stage school.