CHLOE GREAVES is a costume designer and maker working predominantly in the independent film and theatre arena in Melbourne. She is a graduate from the Victorian college of the arts school of production 2008. Her recent credits include
Theatre: Costume design: The Economist (MKA), The Juniper Tree (The Opera Studio) The Woman in his mind (Melbourne Writers Theatre) J.A.T.O (MKA) Kassandra (dir. Marcel Dorney VCA), Alice in Wonderland (Four Larks theatre and winner of best ensemble and production greenroom awards), The Master and Margarita and The Fate of Franklin and His Gallant crew (also Four Larks Theatre), The Possibilities(Sidetracktheatre), Home Economics (Little Ones Theatre), Something Blue (Second Toe Collective). Costume Design Assistant: Baal (Designed by Mel Page) and Threepenny Opera (Designed by Anna Cordingley) for Malthouse Theatre. Her film credits include The Stranger (VCA Honors – Melbourne international film festival Accelerator program), cophard.tv(noise and light – Fantastic Fest) stuffed (Inspiration Studios) The Crimson Room and The Trail. Chloe is also the recipient of the 2008 PROWD best theatrical design award for The Sound of Wire choreographed by Renee McDougal. And on the completed of her design degree was the recipient of the Orloff Family Trust Scholarship. In 2010 she was nominated for a greenroom award for costume design of f The Fate of Franklin and his Gallant Crew (Four Lark Theatre).