As a former Air Force “brat”, New York City transplant and self-prescribed wanderer, Molly Condit has been able to see a lot of the world and meet a wide variety of people.
She began her professional career in the post production ﬁeld in 2006, working primarily in broadcast media and notably, as an assistant ﬁlm editor for the Oscar-winning feature length documentary “Man on Wire” (2009) under Jinx Godfrey. After a short stint in the veterinary world and forming her own jewelry design company, Molly found her calling as a commercial and portrait photographer. For the past nine years, she has cemented a passion for documenting humans and especially animals, and the inextricable bonds between them. Commercial work is also a main focus, from producing stills for advertising campaigns to capturing behind the scenes production magic for both client and agency. She has worked with a range of clients including Capital One, Fisher Investments, Veterinary Emergency Group and University of Arizona Health Sciences, among others.
Molly’s dedication for animal advocacy has led to work with domestic rescue organizations and sanctuaries as well as volunteer work abroad. She recently returned from documenting animal transports facilitated by PETA Germany in Ukraine and Poland, collaborating with Ukrainian rescues on the ground to bring cats and dogs safely across the borders into the EU.
Based in Arizona, she’s fortunate enough to live with rescue felines who remind her daily just how lucky she is to be their human.