Hi, I’m Chloé.
Franco-German raised, interaction designer,
media artist, filmmaker and researcher.
I work at the intersection of programming, filmmaking, neuroscience and media design. I’m currently a senior at Carnegie Mellon University, pursuing an interdisciplinary degree in Neuroscience and New Media with a minor in Intelligent Environments.
I’m interested in the crossroads of visual narratives, cognition and scientific processes and how those fields can be translated through technology. My goal is to use emerging tech as a tool to learn more about the real world and create meaningful interactions for the people in it. I construct frameworks where the analog and digital can interact in complementary ways, instead of attempting to replace one another. I believe influential and successful work stems from curious inquiry, experimentation and research.
I currently work as a researcher for the Frank-Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry, as well as the director and curator for the Frame Gallery. Last summer, I spent my time in Brooklyn contracting for Studio Ijeoma on a data installation depicting levels of HIV in Black Populations for the Museum of the City of New York.
I recently conducted research on the effects of gendered emotion suppression on memory, which you can read more about here.
I am currently looking for a full time position. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any inquiries!
References are available upon request.