Molly Hollman – Photography Outdoors

About the Session

Award-winning photographer Molly shows how getting into nature and taking photographs transformed her wellbeing – and can transform your too!

About Molly

Molly is Head of Music at a school in East Kent. Fifteen years ago she took up photography (no longer having time to do much painting or drawing). She has since taught music on Monday to Thursday and spent Fridays working on her photography; as well as landscapes and portraiture in the outdoors she specialises in flower and garden photography. She feels very strongly that spending time with a camera in nature can foster wellbeing and this is increasingly used by many who suffer with mental health conditions.

In 2020 Molly was a finalist in the Royal Horticultural Society Photography Competition for a portfolio of hydrangea photographs (results pending) and placed 2nd in the Close Up Photographer of the Year (Colour Challenge) competition. She was a finalist and received Highly Commended and Commended awards in the ‘Square Crop’ and ‘Beauty of Plants’ categories of International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition and was a Garden Photographer of the Year finalist (with the Professional Garden Photographers Association and Garden Media Guild). She was also a finalist in the Beauty of Plants and Social Media Categories of the RHS Photography Competition 2021 (results pending) and was shortlisted in the macro category of the British Photography Awards. With The Guild of Photographers she won Image of The Year in the ‘Flora and Insects’ category and was Runner Up in the overall Image of the Year 2020 – Judges’ Choice, besides achieving 3 golds, 9 silvers and 18 bronzes.

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