Mollie first held a camera when she was just 10 years old - her father’s 35mm Minolta, straight from an East Asian deployment with the US Navy. Himself a visual artist, Bob supplied Mollie with a roll of black and white film, and the rest is history.
Making the switch from analog to digital in 2005, Mollie started out photographing friends and family and for her own pleasure. As her skills increased and her baby son grew old enough to start school, Mollie ventured downtown to start her business at Cohab, the shared co-working space, with other “hustle-preneurs” and carved out a reputation for passionate, story-telling-style photography for businesses and organizations looking to elevate their brand and reflect their best image to their world.
Mollie is an unapologetic empath incapable of separating work from heart, bringing a depth to her work that immediately engages both the subject and the audience. Her pro bono and charitable work are well-known throughout the region, especially with her founding of Outlier, the traveling fine-art photography exhibit and documentary project that features the stories of triumphal survivors of sexual trauma just like her. Mollie’s clients trust that she will immerse herself in their story and tell it visually from the inside out with dignity, discernment, and delight. She cannot wait to help you tell your magnificent story.