Molly's designs are inspired by her love for the living world, rooted in the landscape of the Southeast United States where she was born and raised—and lives still. Each piece represents a place-memory: eating wild blackberries from the vine, stargazing from the shore of her favorite island, discovering a hidden mountain meadow full of flowers.
In 2010, she started painting large-scale murals, bringing organic patterns and vibrant colors into the lived environment. Over the years, she has had the privilege of working with amazing clients, community partners, and collaborators in transforming public spaces through art.
In 2020, she began designing textiles for the home to lend both softness and vitality to beloved spaces. She now works with a small, family-owned mill here in the US to create heirloom-quality knitted blankets made from 100% recycled cotton and post-consumer materials.
Her work has been featured in British Vogue, the New York Times and Headline News, and her clients include Microsoft, Mailchimp, NCR, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and the City of Charleston.
She works from her home-studio outside Charlotte, North Carolina where she lives with her husband Chris, their son Leo, and their adopted French bulldog Gus.
(P.S. Below are a few of Molly's murals from over the years.)