Mary Finn-Saisselin (b. Dallas, Texas) lives in Paris, France. Her background is in feature film and television set-design and art direction (1990-2018).
As a set designer and art director her career has spanned 25 years. Included in her credit list are JFK, Kill Bill, Hunger Games, Girl, Interrupted, Hugo and Dunkirk.
As of May 2018, Mary earned her M.F.A. in Transdisciplinary New Media from Paris College of Art, Paris France (2018). She also holds degrees from the University of North Texas in Interior Design in Texas and a B.F.A. in Printmaking from Hollins University in Virginia.
By combing her experience in movie making and developing her storytelling expertise she most recently creates VR, AR and mixed media projects. Understanding the emotional and technical potential of new media and it's impact on narrative development is the focus of her MFA research. Virtual environments are just one of the mediums in which she develops engaging stories.