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About Chloe Kemp


Chloe is grateful to be sharing ancient wisdom and shamanic energy healing in her book Wisdom Keeper: My Extraordinary Journey to Unlock the Sacred Within. Her writing and multimedia art goals are to help awaken, inspire, illuminate, educate, motivate, and heal. Social issues touch her heart deeply, which is reflected in her work.

Writing & Publishing

Chloe is an award-winning writer, and has also served as Creative Director, Editor-in-Chief, and Publisher for an award-winning parenting magazine. Chloe was a semi-finalist and quarter-finalist in two Los Angeles screenwriting competitions and won first place for her magazine article in the Texas Medical Association’s 38th  Annual Anson Jones Awards.

Chloe's parenting magazine received many  awards, including highest honors from Parenting Publications of America (PPA)

  • GOLD WINNER - General Excellence - PPA

  • GOLD WINNER - Overall Writing - PPA

  • GOLD WINNER - Excellence for Design  - Original Photography, - PPA

  • GOLDEN  WEB AWARD - Excellence in Web Design, Content and Creativity, International Association of Web Masters and Designers

  • Four National Health Information Awards

  • Media awards from the Texas Mental Health Association; the American Cancer Society; and the Austin, Texas Mayor's Committee for People  with Disabilities.

Chloe is a member of the Author's Guild and
Multimedia Art Projects

When Chloe moved to Asheville, N. C., she began experimenting with photography and filmmaking. A year later, Chloe was being invited to show her work in art exhibitions. Her first multimedia art show, “Living on the Edge,” focused on the growing homeless population in Asheville. This Asheville Area Arts Council exhibit reached people on a deep emotional level. It brought many people to tears after witnessing Chloe’s photos and video and Asheville artist James Daniel III’s oil and pen and ink renditions of the images.


“LIVING ON THE EDGE confronts the viewer in an understated way and is more than just a token documentation of homelessness. This is not a feel-good show that’s easy to love. The exhibit can be hard, emotionally, to walk through, but often the best art is the kind we want to turn away from.” — Ursula Gullow, MtXPress, Asheville, NC.


Chloe’s photography was part of the juried exhibition “ReNude: A Celebration of the Body” at the Flood Gallery and Fine Arts Center. A collaborative show at Windows Gallery included her work. For The Mannequin Project, Chloe produced a collaborative short film, “THE SWIMSUIT,” exhibited at three different venues in Asheville, N.C. She later donated the mannequin and short film to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.

While living in Los Angeles, Chloe served as the Associate Producer for the 20th Anniversary of the Women in Film Crystal Awards, which was filmed for Lifetime TV.

Chloe's  Mission

My ultimate mission is to heal the world. I want to empower people to awaken and heal themselves, others, and the world. My book, Wisdom Keeper: My Extraordinary Journey to Unlock the Sacred Within, reveals ways to heal physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

Image by Raimond Klavins

Chloe's Vision

Our world is at a tipping point. We need more people to heal and awaken to their Divine purpose. Classes, webinars, retreats and individual sessions will be offered to dive deeper into the principles found in the Wisdom Keeper book.

Image by Raimond Klavins
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