Well hey there! Looking to get to know me a little better? I’ll fill you in… My name’s Chloe and I’m a city girl born and raised in Chicago. However, I’ve decided to try the beach out for a bit, recently graduating from UCLA in Los Angeles as an English major. Outside of reading Hemingway and blogging about cities around the world, I work at Dick Clark Productions as a Social Media Producer, developing and executing digital strategies and content at live televised events, including the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and Golden Globes. You can also catch me at Local Wolves Magazine, writing articles on inspiring musicians, creators, and travel hot spots.
In the spring of 2016, I embarked on a six month trip through Europe, studying abroad in London while also exploring the world and everything it has to offer. My adventures made me fall in love with travel writing and you can find everything I learned in my city guides sections under EXPLORE. Whether you want to find the funkiest speakeasy in London, the most eclectic vintage shop in Williamsburg, or the most authentic dim sum place in Los Angeles, I got you covered… the EXPLORE section will take you there.
When I have free time away from red carpets, airports, and eateries, you can find me as a Digital Storyteller on my website Chloe Parr: My Digital Diary, where I writing about my passions, thoughts, and personal experiences. Whether you’re looking to get lost in a new book, drown yourself in good tunes, fill your closet with stylish clothes, or wander the world with helpful city guides, you’ve come to the right place…Here you can endlessly READ, LISTEN, WEAR, and EXPLORE. So get comfy, click around, and come back often – I hope you find my recommendations, stories, and adventures as #ONPARR as I did while creating them.
I hope #CPMyDigitalDiary not only entertains you with my own experiences and passions, but also inspires you to share your own with the world.
There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self. – Ernest Hemingway