Chloe Mattei
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Chloe Mattei

Creative Producer/FacilitatorLondon, United Kingdom
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Chloe Mattei

Creative Producer/FacilitatorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
For the last four years I have been working as a freelance facilitator producing creative workshops  for early years/KS1 and their families and carers. I have worked for large theatrical organisations such as the Royal Opera House and the Ambassador Theatre Group, as well as in schools and community/youth centres. I am also highly qualified in developing workshops adapted for autistic young people using Makaton alongside theatrical activities. I am motivated by inspiring children to be creative, confident, independent thinkers and engaging with young people comes naturally to me. Nothing is more rewarding to me than being part of nurturing a person's potential and igniting their imagination and creativity. 
Projects credited in
  • BFI Film Academy
    BFI Film AcademyOpen to young people from anywhere in the UK and from any background, the BFI Film Academy offers a real chance for talented 16-19-year-olds to be part of our future film industry.
  • The Four Fridas, Greenwich + Docklands International Festival 2015
    The Four Fridas, Greenwich + Docklands International Festival 2015
  • Shogun - BBC3 Documentary
    Shogun - BBC3 Documentary
  • The Landscape Show
    The Landscape Show
  • LUMIERE LONDON
    LUMIERE LONDONArtichoke transformed iconic buildings across King's Cross and the West End, turning the city into a noctornal delight. Supported by the Mayor of London, Lumiere London turned King’s Cross and London’s West End, including Leicester Square, Piccadilly, Regent Street, St James’s and Carnaby into a magical pedestrian playground and encouraged Londoners and tourists alike to explore the heart of the capital and view it in a new light. Attended by over one million people over four evenings, visitors experienced 30 light installations including a glowing tropical garden filled with giant plants in Leicester Square Gardens and a technicolour animation featuring the faces of some of the UK’s best-loved TV and film stars, projected onto BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly. At Oxford Circus, which was closed to traffic during the festival, people lay on their backs gazing up at 1.8 London, Janet Echelman’s beautifully illuminated aerial sculpture strung between buildings at Oxford Circus. Along Regent Street, pedestrianised for the event, crowds gathered to see Elephantastic!, a 3D, larger-than-life projected elephant stomping through the Air Street arch, while in St James’s visitors gazed at the ethereal Les Voyageurs – sculpted human forms flying high above the buildings. At Westminster Abbey, audiences stood mesmerized by The Light of the Spirit, a digital painting by French artist Patrice Warrener, who had bathed the Abbey’s West Gate in an electric riot of colour. In Carnaby, on Broadwick Street, visitors gathered around Julian Opie’s animated LED monolith – Shaida Walking. The piece has been commissioned as a permanent installation and will be illuminated during the day as well as at night. Aquarium, Benedetto Bufalino & Benoit Deseille’s iconic red telephone box filled with exotic fish at Grosvenor Square, was a firm festival favourite, drawing audiences to the leafy garden square in Mayfair. The square was also a temporary home to Elaine Buckholtz’s abstract digital painting, which uses light and music to re-imagine Van Gogh’s painting All Night Café. Hundreds of Londoners of all ages played their part in the festival: from donating a recycled plastic bottle to the glowing Plastic Islands installation by Luzinterruptus in the Trafalgar Square fountains, to appearing on film in the spectacular Circus of Light projected onto the Granary Building at King’s Cross. 500 children also took part in workshops at schools in the area to help make Joining the Dots and Litre of Light, both also at King’s Cross. The festival was made possible through founding support from Atom Bank, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Heart of London Business Alliance, London & Partners and King’s Cross, alongside other partners and sponsors, including Westminster City Council. Pictured: Keyframes, Groupe LAPS / Thomas Veyssiére, Lumiere London 2016. Produced by Artichoke. Photo by Matthew Andrews.
  • Virgin Media Business — Rebrand
    Virgin Media Business — RebrandVirgin Media Business needed a look and feel that made them the undeniable choice for any CIO looking for IT solutions. So when it came time to rerebrandbrand the company, we made the conscious decision to stop thinking like their competitors, and start thinking like the kind of resource CIOs found indispensible. Resources like Wired and Tech Crunch. This decision informed both the new tone of voice and aesthetic. Bold editorial style met thought-provoking ideas. And the design needed to supp
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Work history
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    Dance TeacherBaby Ballet
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Baby Ballet is the leading dance franchise for babies, pre-schoolers and young children in the UK. -Choreographing and teaching ballet and tap to children between 6 months-6 years old. -Teaching colours, counting and coordination -Using sensory equipment such as musical instruments -Managing relationships with parents and carers across 6 venues -Chaperoning children during the annual ballet shows to their families.
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    Production AssistantYoung Film Academy
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Young Film Academy is the UKʼs leading provider of film making courses and camps for young people, school programmes and parties. -Working with the British Film Institute to develop outreach programmes to schools, youth centres and children with special needs in South East London -Hosting parties across London teaching children how to make a music video in under 3 hours -Running courses across London teaching children how to make their own film including storyboarding, filming, editing. -Organising Residential Filmmaking and Acting Summer Camps including chaperoning logistics from airport to camp, safeguarding and child welfare.
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Skills
  • Film
  • Education
  • Events
  • Children
  • Camera
  • Shoot Organisation
  • Party Planning
  • Workshop Facilitation
  • Creative Workshops
  • Teaching Facilitation
Education
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    Live Events and TelevisionUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    I have a first class honours degree in Live Events in Television where I specialised in producing three TEDx talks and was was held at The British Museum.
    Arts University Bournemouth logo
    Arts University Bournemouth logo
    Art and Design Foundation DiplomaArts University Bournemouth
     - Bournemouth, United Kingdom
    I have a distinction in Art and Design where I specialised in 3D art.