About


I am an interaction designer and researcher from France, working at the intersection of programming, filmmaking, neuroscience and design. I am a senior at Carnegie Mellon University, pursuing an interdisciplinary degree in Cognitive Neuroscience and New Media Art with a minor in Intelligent Environments.

My work revolves around the intersection of visual narratives, cognition and scientific processes and how those fields can be translated through technology. I am most interested in the gaps that exist between people and disciplines and the unconventional ways they can be bridged. 


I recently conducted research on the effects of gendered emotion suppression on memory, which you can read more about here.

I additionally spent the summer in Brooklyn working for Studio Ijeoma on a data installation depicting levels of HIV/AIDS in Black Populations living in NYC for the Museum of the City of New York.

I am currently looking for a full time position. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any inquiries!


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CONTACT

e-mail: cdesaull@gmail.com
References available upon request.