Chloe Bartram is a photographic artist and social documentarist currently residing in Newman, Western Australia. Chloe endeavours to explore the idiosyncratic nature of the human condition, in particular the mind and memory, and the stories of women. Believing story telling is a shared practice, she is driven to have a deeper understanding of those that participate in her projects.

Chloe has a Bachelor of Photography with First Class Honours (Queensland College of Art, Griffith University) and a Graduated Certificate in Human Rights (Curtin University) and is currently completing a qualification in Breastfeeding Counselling.

Her photo commissions include projects with BHP Billiton and St Margarets Anglican Girls School. Her achievements include 3rd place in the Arts and Culture Category of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards, nomination in the 2015 World Press Joop Swart Master Class, and shortlisted in for the 2015 The Walkley Foundation 2015 Storyology National Slide Night. Her work has been seen both nationally and internationally including such photo festivals as Organ Vida 5 (Croatia), Bratislava Month of Photography (Slovakia) and Queensland Festival of Photography (Australia).

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