chloe vlahos is a british photographer and non-narrative video artist who has spent the last few years working in paris, montréal and london, but is currently based in bristol, england.

her visual work focuses on the intersections between longing, memory, and landscape, and how these elements interact in subtle ways to influence each other. chloe seeks to create images that are quiet but textured – evoking a sense of remembering something you didn’t know you had forgotten.

both her short films ‘the handover’ (2024) and ‘goodbye pre-frontal cortex’ (2022) were nominated for ‘best film’ and ‘best cinematography’ respectively at the UK Roughcut Film Festival and Canada’s AltFF Alternative Film Festival.

chloe also writes mindless musings: short vignettes of autobiographical poetry prose in the form of monthly newsletters, published under the moniker chloe violette.

self-portrait, 2023


might be eating a tin of baked beans.
probably pushing her bike up one of bristol’s many hills.
definitely carrying a fringe brush.