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Born and raised in Kennebunkport, Maine (no relation to Bushes 41 & 43), Molly sadly was never allowed to have the colloquial Maine delicacy of Red Hotdogs. And while she never won big at cowpie bingo, sometimes she tells people she did.
First picking up a camera at age 12, she used the lens and her basement darkroom to learn about people and the world. Early work includes images of local folk at county fairs, forest textures, and brooding teenaged self-portraits.
Molly traded Maine for the Steamy South at age 17, receiving a formal education and degree in Photography from The Savannah College of Art and Design. Surprisingly, the insects are giant, and there’s no Mud Season in Georgia. After SCAD, but before arriving in San Francisco in 2013, she spent several years in Charleston, SC and Chicago, IL, respectively. The hotdogs were different, but the people were a delight.
After more than a decade of freelance commercial and editorial photography and film production, Molly became a Producer in 2013 at MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER, a full-service creative shop working in the industry formerly known as advertising. From 20 to 120 employees, she helped grow the agency, which won Ad Age’s 2014 Small Agency Of The Year. She has produced broadcast, online, experiential, digital, print, and radio campaigns for clients including Audi, Lyft, Staples, Method, Intel, AAA, The Golden State Warriors, Netflix, The Washington Nationals, SFSPCA, Safeway, and New Amsterdam. She also enjoys producing independent film projects, one of which was selected to screen at the 2015 Emerging Filmmakers Fest at Cannes. In her spare time...just kidding, spare time is a hilarious concept.