Currently based in Brisbane, Chloe was proudly born and raised in Canberra, the oldest of four children.
After graduating high school, she worked in hospitality before welcoming her daughter Sienna, now nine.
The young family were on the move early with partner Anthony working as a pilot.
After a two-year stint in Melbourne they returned to Canberra where Chloe was able to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition.
The course cemented her love and passion for food. Soon after the young family was on the move again, heading north to the warmer Queensland climate following the birth of their son Laurence.
A lover of Asian-style cooking, Chloe says her strengths lie in Korean, Japanese and south-east Asian fare, but admits desserts are a weakness.
Chloe says her greatest strength in the MasterChef Australia kitchen is her ability to make core ingredients from scratch.
Quick to whip up pasta, noodles, sauces and condiments, she also enjoys making her own sausages, pastries, custards and cheeses.
A fan of cooking shows, Chloe says she is particularly fond of Gary Mehigan, ramen chef Ivan Orkin, Donna Hay and Ben Shewry.
Chloe hopes to open a cooking school, focusing on family nutrition and encouraging children to get more involved in food preparation.
Away from the kitchen, Chloe enjoys the great outdoors, hiking and visiting farmers’ markets.