Chloé Tokuno grew up in the fashion industry.
Her mother, Amy Harris, is an internationally known fashion model and her father, Dean Tokuno photographed the top supermodels, actors, athletes and musicians of their time.
Chloé spent her childhood on the sets of magazine and advertising campaigns.
When not traveling with her parents, Chloé enjoyed life on her Grandparents farm in Northern California, where the family eventually settled. Chloé attended local schools and was very active in community events such as 4H. She studied ballet and piano when not competing in equestrian events.
In 2003, after graduating high school, Chloé followed in her mother’s footsteps and began modeling for prestigious clients such as Sacs Fifth Avenue and Nike. While continuing her education with a degree in English Literature, she found a love for the runway, walking for Oscar de la Renta, Zac Posen, and Carolina Herrera, among other courtier designers. Chloé’s modeling career took her from San Francisco to Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.
Working with top Photographers and Directors gave her a deep appreciation of advertisings production side. Eventually Chloé began producing still and motion shoots for Monkey and Snake Advertising and Big Buddha Productions. Word traveled of Chloé’s capabilities behind the camera. She has produced fashion, medical and utility campaigns for television, radio and internet. Chloé has supervised and co-produced print and motion advertising campaigns in Japan, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Poland and Korea.
Beside producing commercials, small documentaries and music videos, Chloé is also media planning, media buying and Ad Directing for still and motion.
Chloé has also co-published a sold out, limited edition fine art book set, printed in Germany by Cantz Printing for her Japan based client, MIKI Foods of Japan.
Currently, Chloé is Executive Producer of a San Francisco based full length feature film.