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      Originally from small-town Texas, Mars Feehery is a versatile, passionate, and hard-working production designer. She began her career as an art department intern in New Orleans and has worked in all aspects of the art department since then. In addition to a theater degree from Tulane University and a Masters of Fine Arts from the American Film Institute, Mars has designed and art-directed dozens of feature films. Notably, she designed Tyler MacIntyre's horror-comedy, Patchwork which won Screamfest in 2015, and The Archer and Tragedy Girls which both premiered at South by Southwest in 2017. Besides award-winning genre films, another accomplishment she earned was designing the 1930’s-50’s West Texas film The Iron Orchard directed by Ty Roberts. Then, Godzilla X Kong (2024) screenwriter Simon Barrett selected her as a collaborator to design Seance, his directorial debut.

     Commercials, short films, promos and other digital content have also enhanced her skills and contacts. When not serving as production designer, she works as an art director or assistant art director for TV and films such as Am I Ok? which premiered at Sundance FF 2022, and the first season of the Amazon series A League of Their Own

     Her story-first approach and diligent research skills make Mars the perfect designer for any project. A rural upbringing and a foundation in the theater delivers a work ethic not to be matched. 

     For fun Mars likes to draw and paint en plein air, teach herself new skills and tools, rock-climb, camp, and shop estate sales and thrift stores in new towns and cities. 

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"Two things seemed pretty apparent to me. One was, that in order to be a pilot a man had got to learn more than any one man ought to be allowed to know; and the other was, that he must learn it all over again in a different way every twenty-four hours. . . .Your true pilot cares nothing about anything on earth but the river, and his pride in his occupation surpasses the pride of kings.” Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi.

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