Molly Griffin

Somesuch

Executive Producer
Area of Expertise: Production, Production Management

Since 2001, Molly Griffin has contributed to hundreds of commercials for high profile brands working with A-list production companies, global Advertising Agencies, and award winning directors. Her career started out advertising stalwart MJZ where she went through production “boot camp” as an assistant working with director Marcus Nispel’s team. She rose up the ranks having the pleasure of working with award winning and acclaimed directors such as Mark Romanek, Craig Gillespie, Fredrik Bond, David LaChapelle, among others.  

She moved to Minneapolis in 2010 working within the local commercial production community as the Executive Producer for Fischer Edit/Runner Runner where she collaborated on and oversaw projects with advertising agencies such as BBDO, Target Creative, Solve, Campbell Mithun, and PMH.  Molly relocated to the sunshine of Los Angeles in 2014 where she was Head of Production at production company Savage overseeing top ad campaigns for both national and international markets. 

In the fall of 2015, Molly joined Partizan Entertainment, an industry leading global Production Company, as Head of Production, with some of the most notable directors on their roster including Michel Gondry. She rose with Partizan being promoted into an Executive Producer/Head of Production role and overseeing production on commercials for brands like Pandora, Amazon, Audi, Fed Ex, and many others.

In the summer of 2016, Molly joined Somesuch, named one of Ad-Age’s top production companies in the world three years in a row, as their Executive Producer. At Somesuch, Molly has worked with award winning directors and top brands including NFL, Adidas, Samsung, Spotify, and Apple.

In addition to raising three beautiful children, Molly spends her time riding with Fireflies West, an advertising industry cycling community that rides each year 550 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 6 days raising money for City of Hope, a leading cancer research center and hospital. Outside of work, cycling, and raising children, you can find Molly deep in a book or a podcast, always striving to learn and unlearn.