Marie Hinson is a queer and trans artist raised in Appalachia, now practicing poetry, performance, and film in NYC. Her work has been included in commissions and programming at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Tribeca Film Festival, Brooklyn Rail, Center for Book Arts, Bureau of General Services: Queer Division, Vox Populi, and the Scribe Video Center. Currently, she is a virtual reality cyberpunk building immersive performance environments in cyberspace as hexe.exe.

Marie is the author of a chapbook of poetry, Please Remit My Qubits (Operating System, 2020). Her latest writing is a zine, I Don’t Want a Body Anymore, about online trans embodiment and community through the warp space of virtual reality. She is touring virtually and IRL with the noise and poetry performance Stretch the Grid Over My Skin.

As a cinematographer Marie‚Äôs recent feature credits include: Desire Lines (2023, dir. Jules Rosskam), Emmy-nominated Art and Krimes by Krimes (2022, MTV Films, dir. Alysa Nahmias), and Queer Genius (2020, Frameline Distribution, dir. Chet Pancake). She was also the director/cinematographer on Frank Bey: All My Dues Are Paid (IFP Documentary Lab 2019, TFI Network 2020). Clients have also included PBS, LogoTV, Facebook, and Comcast. Marie has an MFA in film from Temple University.

Also a teacher, she has led classes in art and documentary filmmaking at Temple University, Virginia Tech, Scribe Video Center, and PhillyCAM as well as visiting artist lectures at University of Vermont and Union Theological Seminary.