About Molly Landreth

Molly Landreth is an artist and freelance photographer specializing in large-format portraiture, as well as lifestyle and wedding imagery. She exhibits, lectures and creates work for clients internationally and has been featured in and photographed for publications including The New York Times, Time Magazine, Newsweek, The Advocate, OUT, Marie Claire and The New Yorker. She holds a Master of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Molly is available for exhibition opportunities and private commissions world wide.

More of her work can be seen at:
www.embodimentusa.com www.mollylandrethweddings.com

2012 University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2012 Youth in Focus, Seattle, WA
2012 Evergreen College, Olympia, WA
2012 JINX Gallery, Bellingham WA
2012 SUNY Brockport, Brockport, NY
2011 Williams College, Williamstown, MA
2011 Camera Club New York, NY
2011 SPE Regional Conference, Syracuse, NY
2011 East Shore Unitarian Church, Bellevue, WA
2011 Williams Way LGBTQ Center, Philadelphia, PA
2011 Keynote, Portland State, Portland, OR
2010 Brighton Photo Biennial w/ Martin Parr, Lighthouse Gallery, Brighton, England
2010 Lewis and Clark Law School, Portland, OR
2010 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
2009 Photographic Center NW, Seattle, WA
2009 Amerika Haus, Munich, Germany


Richard Girard Memorial Fellowship, CLAGS at City University of New York
Individual Artist Projects Grant, 4Culture, Seattle, WA
Artist Trust, Artist Projects Grant, Seattle, WA
Humble Art Foundation Grant, New York, NY
Humble Art Foundation, Top 31 Emerging Art Photographers

New York Times Magazine, Becoming A Boy, Brighton England, April 24, 2011
OUT Traveler, Queer Brighton, January 2011
OUT Magazine, 23 Love Stories, January/February 2011
New York Times, In a Common Scene a Queer Subject, December 3, 2010
Brighton Photo Biennial, New Documents, October 2010
The Guardian, Best Shot, September 8, 2010
Global Photography, Looking at / Looking for, Pazzini Editore, Savignano, Italy
The Collectors Guide to Art Photography, Humble Arts Foundation, New York, NY

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Molly Landreth's Projects on LensCulture