Meet the Consider team: Chloe


Our junior designer Chloe isn’t just exceptionally creative; she’s got an uncanny eye for detail and makes sure every job is practically perfect from beginning to end.

Her calm and committed presence is a breath of fresh air in the studio – and her talent for baking is the cherry on top.

The West End wonder

Chloe left West End for the bright lights of Farnham, where she completed an art foundation course. That’s West End near Woking. (If you think that’s a strange name for a small Surrey town, its original name was Donkey Town).  

She went on to study Graphic Design at the University of the West of England. Her work included a project on how people with dementia see the world – where she used her grandmother’s experience of the disease to produce moving and arresting images of a distorted world.

With a first-class degree under her belt, Chloe was catapulted into the world of work.

Next, Chloe decided to up her game and headed for the metropolis. After an internship at a design agency, she landed a job at the charity Bloodwise, where she picked up valuable experience and a passion for the not-for-profit sector. This stood her in good stead for her best move yet – we’re delighted she decided to join us.

Here at Consider, Chloe relishes the opportunity to work on a whole range of brands and we benefit from her broad range of skills.

A Renaissance woman

As a child, Chloe’s parents took her to Australia, Bali, Kuala Lumpar and China and ignited a passion for travel. Morocco and Thailand are next on her list. She’s been a tap dancer and a snorkelling instructor, plays tennis, plans to take up pottery (and makes exceedingly good cakes).

Although her stature may be small, she uses her perspective on the world to great effect in her striking photographs. “I’ve always loved to look up. It makes you positive, opens your eyes and lets you see beautiful things you might miss otherwise” she says.