Chloe Smolkin is an award-winning bicoastal cinematographer and storyboard artist with over a decade of experience in the worlds of independent film, nationally broadcast television, and high-end commercials.
Her commercial DP clients are varied, and include AT&T, Lego, Ford, Budweiser, PayPal, Nike, and Sephora. She has shot many nationally aired TV shows, including Good Morning America and Would You Fall for That? for ABC, Top Chef Masters for Bravo, The Chris Gethard Show for Fusion, and Quirky for the Sundance Channel. She DPed the short film "Isolated Incident," which played at Cannes and also won her the Award of Excellence in Cinematography from the Brightside Film Festival. Her first feature won Best Alternative Feature at the Manhattan Film Festival; her second feature won Best Horror-Comedy at the International Horror Hotel Festival and distribution through Amazon, iTunes, Hulu, and Netflix; and her third feature won Best Comedy at the Madrid Int’l Film Festival.
She has storyboarded five features, as well as dozens of short films and commercials—including spots for Toyota, West Elm, Dasani, and Skinny Cow. One such commercial, for History Channel, won a Silver Promax Award.