ChloŽ Potter is a young professional British composer, sound designer and multi-instrumentalist, known for her intricate scoring, immersive sound design, and compositional knowledge in multiple genres and styles of music.

Trained at the 'Guildhall School of Music and Drama' (London), ChloŽ now works from her own fully equipped studio with top industry equipment, sound libraries and software. She has received commissions from a diverse array of ensembles (from jazz choirs, to big bands and full orchestras) and from multiple prestigious clients including Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, the London 2012 Olympic Games, and Sony Music. Alongside her freelance composition, ChloŽ currently works for audio adventure company 'Now>Press>Play', creating the musical 'worlds' for their educational audio experiences, through soundtrack composition and sound design.

ChloŽís varied career as a multi-instrumentalist (all saxophones, clarinets, flute, piano) has seen her perform at some of the top venues in the UK, such as The Royal Albert Hall, Windsor Castle, The Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Concert Hall, Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, The O2 Centre, and various West End theatres.

During her previous work with the Royal Commonwealth Orchestra, ChloŽ performed before Her Majesty the Queen and dignitaries from across the Commonwealth on multiple occasions. Recently, ChloŽ's work with the London Vocal Project took her to New York, performing in the world premiere of the seminal Gil Evans / Miles Davis album 'Miles Ahead', lyricized by Jon Hendricks, funded by Executive Producer, Quincy Jones.

ChloŽ's experience as an instrumentalist has awarded her a unique first-hand knowledge and intimate understanding of the subtleties of the orchestral / band palette, sound manipulation and complex scoring techniques.