June Finfer, playwright, is president of Lost and Found Productions, a not-for-profit producer of documentary films and plays. Her play, The Glass House, about the Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House, was produced by Madd River Productions at Theatre Row in New York City in 2010 after readings and workshops in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Illinois. Her adaptation of a Shirley Jackson novel, Come Along with Me, was broadcast on television, directed by Joann Woodward. She also writes and produces documentaries about architecture and the arts, which are in international distribution.

Finfer studied literature at the University of Chicago, (MA) theatre at Northwestern University, (BS) and photography and filmmaking at the Illinois Institute of Technology, in Chicago. She has taught writing and literature on the secondary and college levels. She lives in Chicago. She is a member of Dramatists Guild of America, Writers Guild, and Chicago Writers Bloc.