What if we could really see each other? 

I'm Mollye, a documentary-style family & portrait photographer in Baltimore, MD. I'm all about giving back, and pushing forward.

When you purchase a family photo session with me, you give a FREE session to a lower-income family.



Family sessions with me are relaxed, fun, and candid. And when you book a family session, you give a FREE session to a family who would love a professional shoot but cannot prioritize it now. You give while you get. I'm so excited to meet your family and make beautiful photos of you.


Every business has a story...and a great business tells that story in striking images. In a branding photoshoot with me, I work with you to share what makes your business stand out from the competition. Through emotive and communicative photos, I show who you are to potential clients. 


I want you to radiate YOU. I'm not going to fix your hair (much) or pose you oddly. I want to show up and be your awesome self. That way, I'll make sure to make a clean, beautiful, lifestyle portrait of you. 


I'm all about comfy documentary sessions with your little love bundle. At home, outdoors or a mix - wherever it's most comfortable for your new human. While your little guy or gal is the star of the show, I photograph parents and siblings too (and pets!) So excited to meet your newest addition! 


Small, intimate weddings are my thing. From cornfields to courthouses, if you have an intimate, fun, relaxed-style ceremony and reception, I'm in. I take candid shots, I capture you having fun, no stilted family pictures -  just the awesome parts of your huge love-fest day.


About Me

I'm an intuitive photographer. I don't need much of a plan or a list of shots for a photoshoot. I feel my way through each session and take pictures that capture a spectrum of emotions. My sessions are always fun because I make sure to keep things light and fluid and energetic. I'm totally in the experience with you and I let my energy and enthusiasm for art run wild. For more about my sessions and me, click below.

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