Mon passe-temps favori, c’est laisser passer le temps, avoir du temps, prendre son temps, perdre son temps, vivre à contretemps. F. Sagan

Hi, I’m Chloé. A New York City-based, Franco-German raised, art director, creative technologist, filmmaker and researcher.

I work at the intersection of filmmaking, programming, neuroscience and media design, with an inclination towards emerging technologies. I graduated with honors from Carnegie Mellon University (ranked #1 Art School in Time Based and New Media Arts in the United States) with an Interdisciplinary Bachelor in Neuroscience and New Media and a minor in Intelligent Environments.


As a researcher, I’m drawn towards objective visual and journalistic narratives and how those fields can be translated through technology. As an artist, my goal is to use emerging tech as a tool to learn more about the world and create meaningful interactions for the people in it. I’m interested in constructing frameworks where the analog and digital can interact in complementary and emotional ways, often surrounding themes of family, memory and home. 

I believe influential and successful work stems from curious inquiry, experimentation and research. ︎

In 2018, I conducted neuroscience research on the effects of gendered emotion suppression on memory, which you can read more about here


You can find me out and about creating digital experiences for big fashion houses, music videos and photo campaigns for artists, as well as fun emerging tech projects for studios like Institute.

I am also a contributor, design and filmmaking fellow on the open-source Synopsis project, an ML-driven video-editing software for filmmakers and vjs, and am working as a project manager for Daniel Schiffman’s project The Coding Train.

Prior to this, I worked for Golan Levin in the Frank-Ratchye Studio for Creative Inquiry, as the director and curator for the Frame Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University and as a marketing assitant for Mercury Records Paris. In the summer of 2018, I was hired by Studio Ijeoma to contribute to a data installation depicting levels of HIV in Black Populations for the Museum of the City of New York

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any inquiries! I’m always available for freelance work.


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You can view my resume here.


New York Independent Film Festival (Selected for ‘Dedications I-V,’ 2020)

Raw Science Film Festival (Selected for ‘Dedications I-V,’ 2020)

The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry (Artist residency, 2020)

Miller Institute for Contemporary Art (Group, 2019)

Freiburg Kunsthalle (Group, 2015)


Depthkit Workshop (FRSCI, 2020)

Phi Beta Kappa (Honor Society, 2019)

Dana Birnbaum Award (Exceptional Work at the Intersections of Art, Media & Technology, 2019)

Leadership Recognition Award (Carnegie Mellon University, 2019)

Dietrich Humanities Prize (Selected for ‘Dedications I-V,’ Carnegie Mellon University, 2019)

Artist Talk (’The Tale of the Brooklyn Pastram’, FRSCI, 2019)

Frank-Ratchye Fund for the Arts at the Frontier (For ‘Dedications I-V,’ Studio for Creative Inquiry, 2018)

Sponsor’s Choice Award (BUILD 18 Hackathon, 2016)

Lockheed Martin Innovation Award (BUILD 18 Hackathon, 2016)


Studio Institute xx Thousand Fell

The Coding Train

Studio Ijeoma xx The Museum of the City of New York

Thrival Innovation and Music Festival

+ Please contact me personally for more information regarding other high-profile clients (fashion) operating under NDAs