Claire is an artist, editor and researcher interested in the relationship between creativity, technology and spirituality. She has collaborated on projects for DesignLab at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratories, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Apple, Inc. (Steve Jobs era), Twitter (Jack Dorsey era) and The New York Times, among others. She has lectured and led workshops on subjects related to visual communication, ideation and cinema. From 2012 to 2017 she ran Book Stand, a curatorial project that championed independent publishing with events in Los Angeles, Berlin and Austin, Texas. In 2020, she co-led Lonely After Dark, a video radio hour with musician Robert Griffin Lowe, that brought a program of poetry and sound to people around the world. She is the founder of Research Agency and, a digital archive of photography inspired by the Europaconcorsi, an internet project developed in Rome in the late nineties. She is a contributing editor to MATTO in Paris and an associate editor of Many of Them in San Sebastián, Spain. Her work has been included in exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo, Galerie für Moderne Fotografie and Villa Lena in Palaia, Italy. She has received multiple Film Lions at the Cannes International Festival for Creativity and her contributions to Everything I Want to Eat: Sqirl and the New California Cooking were nominated for a James Beard Award. She holds a B.A. of Architecture and Environmental Design from the University of Colorado and a M.L. Architecture from The University of Southern California. Born in California, she has lived in Paris, New York City and Berlingen, Switzerland. She’s now based in Los Angeles.