Chloe is an author, speaker, podcast host, filmmaker, researcher and futurist.
Since the publication of her critically acclaimed book, Generation Z: Their Voices, Their Lives, a shocking, illuminating, heart breaking and sometimes hilarious journey through the lives of the teenagers told in their own voices. she has become one of the world’s authorities on young people, advising global brands, governments and organisations on what the future looks like through the lens of her research on Gen Z and (now) Generation in A. She writes regularly on youth culture and issues, with regular pieces in The Telegraph and Vice.
In 2020, she worked on a presidential campaign in the USA, consulting on the youth vote, and returned in 2021 to write and host the Apple Podcast #1 and critically acclaimed series, You Don’t Know Me, where she spoke to global teenagers about the highs and lows of their lives – and YDKM is about to become a visual series on a global platform.
Chloe has also been working on Weird Times, a major new series with Flight School/Oculus/Facebook, which is the first VR series on what it’s like to be a teenager, which allows you to get in the teens’ heads and experience what they are going through. The series has its world premiere at SXSW 2022.
Chloe has also embarked on a ground-breaking 5-year consent and sex consent project with Radley College and Downe House, helping the students to renegotiate ideas and attitudes in the wake of the Everyone’s Invited scandal that rocked the world. She supports a number of state schools in their work in similar areas.