About Myself

I design experiences that push the boundaries of art, technology and social engagement. Through the lenses of design, engineering, education, and composition, I create environments that foster empowerment, empathy, curiosity, and introspection through the use of technology. I thrive in both leading and working with creative teams.

My approach combines design thinking with an extensive creative technology toolkit to design a solution that creatively meets the need.

I currently teach creative uses of technology at Stanford University and the California College of the Arts

My interests include creative engineering, rapid prototyping, design thinking, social impact, UX, interaction design, VR/ AR/ XR, information architecture, mentoring, project-based learning and audio production.


Matt Ganucheau is a San Francisco based artist, composer, designer, and educator. With a passion for exploring the boundaries of interactive digital culture, he creates physical and sonic environments that engage his viewers by evoking a deeply reflective internal space. Matt's work focuses on creating innovative and exploratory educational programs at the intersection of art and technology.

Over the course of his multi-disciplinary professional career, Matt has worked for a variety companies and non-profits such as California Academy of Sciences, Apple, Native Instruments, and Gray Area foundation for the Arts while teaching at educational facilities such as California College for the Arts and Stanford University. He has exhibited work internationally and has been featured in publications such as WIRED, CNET, Adbusters, and The Huffington Post.

Matt graduated from the Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Music Synthesis and received his Master’s degree from New York University’s Interactive Technology Program.