Chloe studied ballet and contemporary dance in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Northern Illinois University where she earned her bachelors degree. While a dancer at NIU, Chloe received a certificate of performance excellence from the American College Dance Festival Association for her performance of Version Two, a duet danced atop a nine foot vertical wall. She continued her study of dance, kinesiology and choreography in graduate school at Arizona State University, where she taught Ballet, Acrobatic Dance and Aerial Dance to dance majors, dance minors and recreational students in the College of Fine Arts. In addition to dancing for ADC, Chloe performed a trampoline-ballet by Cirque du Soleil choreographer Debra Brown at The Lyric Opera of Chicago. She is a recipient of the prestigious Glenn P. Davis scholarship for dancers from the International Aerial Dance Festival in Boulder Colorado. In October 2015, Chloe appeared in the lead role of AYA, an original story-ballet that was co-created and co-performed with Elements Contemporary Ballet. Most recently, she traveled to St. Louis, MO to represent Aerial Dance Chicago in the Spring to Dance Festival 2016. As a dancer, teacher, choreographer and director, Chloe’s artistry is focused on harnessing the full potential of dance expression along the air-ground continuum. Presented locally and nationally, Chloe's choreography has been described as “exquisite”, "poetic" and has been critically acclaimed for its inventive movement and strong sense of visual drama.