Twenty-one-year-old French native, Célina Seillier has a background deeply rooted in the elegant Parisian landscape.
As a passionate language lover and diligent worker, she recently graduated with a 3 year English degree in British and American Civilization, Translation, and Cinema at the Gustave Eiffel University, near Paris.
Back in the Summer of 2019, she met filmmaker and beloved horse person, Ashley Avis through Instagram. She discovered a real passion for the equine world and wild horse cause thanks to Avis and her movie adaptation of Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty, released in 2020. In addition to being part of an equine-loving family, she has found her own passion in horses; becoming an equestrian and horse advocate.
In July 2021, she started her equestrian journey by taking lessons at a horse school and stables. She has discovered a deep and loving bond with horses and has learned so much from them. In only a year, she has been able to train and learn the basics including dressage, walk, trot and gallop. Bonding with horses allowed her to calm her anxiety, for which she’s been struggling with for many years.
In 2022, she was offered the opportunity to become an intern and member of The Wild Beauty Foundation. She is working alongside the WBF team on developing thoughtful and enriching projects, such as the “Wild Beauty: Mustang Spirit of the West” documentary in which she’s making a small appearance.
In her free time, she watches movies, reads books, hangs out at Disneyland, spends time with her friends and family, travels, and actively practices horse riding.
Last but not least, she dreams of working in the cinema industry, traveling, and continuing her equestrian journey.