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Chloe Arbiture is an Emmy-nominated production designer and member of the Art Directors Guild. Chloe’s television credits include: NBC’s Chicago Med (season 4), Comedy Central’s Problematic with Moshe Kasher, and Comedy Central’s Drunk History, for which she earned an Emmy nomination (season 4) and an Art Director’s Guild nomination (season 5). Chloe also has experience working in independent film, including Chappaquiddick, Brave New Jersey, Honeyglue and Thrill Ride. Her latest project is independent film 12 Mighty Orphans, under director Ty Roberts and producer Michael De Luca.
Chloe approaches every project as part artist, part storyteller, part historian. Her love of research and expansive knowledge across many time periods is reflected in every project she designs. Chloe’s keen eye for detail and composition comes from her studies in fine arts, and her love of visual storytelling is evident in the layered, detailed sets she creates. Her knowledge of miniatures, forced perspective, and her hands-on approach to design adds depth and creativity while keeping up with demanding production schedules.
In 2018, Variety listed Chloe in their Artisans Elite “Up Next” series. Her work has been showcased in numerous film festivals (Cannes, Sundance, Toronto) and she is a current member of the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences. Chloe is originally from Wisconsin and completed her undergraduate education in film studies at UW-Milwaukee.
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