Molly McCall’s work is held in private collections and has been featured in Architectural Digest magazine. It has been exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Center of Fine Art Photography, the Martin Museum of Art, The Center for Contemporary Arts, Houston Center for Photography, SohoPhoto, The Image Flow, Center for Photographic Art, and the Museum of the Big Bend, among others. She now resides in Carmel Valley, California with her husband Gordon and their German Shorthaired Pointers.
As a native of Monterey Molly McCall lived in the heart of photography’s West Coast landscape tradition. Her earliest influence on art making came from her great grandfather, an illustrator for the New York Times, and her grandfather, a professional watercolorist in Southern California. She started painting and photography at an early age, and later attended Laguna Beach School of Art. After nearly two decades as a highly regarded clothing designer, Molly returned to painting and darkroom photography.