Born in 1992, Chloe is bathed early in an artistic environment where images are considered as a privileged medium to express emotions and commitments. She therefore naturally starts « Art History » studies in Lyon (Université Louis Lumière, 2010-2013) specializing in the artistic trends of the 15th to the 17th century.
She then concludes her education with Cinema Studies in Paris (Université Paris VIII, 2013-2016), specialized in aesthetics and documentary making.
Motivated by a dire need to bear witness of the world’s turmoil, she decides that her medium will be photography, in a resolutely journalistic dimension.
Widely influenced in her work by the aesthetics of classical painters such as Caravaggio or Delacroix, she brings a particular attention to lighting and composition, in order to create powerful images conveying efficiently its message.
After a year working regularly in Lebanon among Lebanese women and Syrian and Palestinian refugees, she pushes a step further her commitments and creates the association “Alhawiat”, promoting the role of women in the reconstruction of post-conflictual societies in the Middle-East through conferences and discussion panels in France.
In parallel, she started teaching photography in Paris in order to promote visual education among children with the association « Parole de Photographes ».
Since then, she continues focusing on the Middle-East and women’s rights, while her work has been published in the international press such as Newsweek, Le Monde, Amnesty International, Der Spiegel, Le Vif, Neue Zurcher Zeitung...