Mari Kussman has diverse experience as a designer and technologist. Previously, she was the Chief Innovation Officer at New Lab in Brooklyn, where she created and oversaw a product development program for Fortune 500 companies. She is the former Creative Director for Nanotronics—the developer of an automated inspection system utilizing Artificial Intelligence. She has over a decade of experience in design; having worked as the co-founder of the fashion tech company Loomia and she has produced collections for the likes of Helmut Lang and Kimberly Ovitz. She has been featured in Wired, Fast Company, New York Magazine, Into the Gloss, Elle Japan, Monocle, Entrepreneur.com, Engadget, Ozy, Cool Hunting, 3DPrint.com and more. Her design work has shown notably at the V&A Museum, Tribeca Film Festival, Coachella and NY Fashion Week. Her passion lies in sustainability. She is Japanese/American, by way of Tokyo and the Pacific Northwest.
ABOUT THE FILM PROJECT: Cycles
While infinite economic growth remains unquestioned in the developed world, some are choosing a new path. This 4-part character-led series spotlights the changemakers daring to restore balance with our natural world.
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