Molly Peters is a Los Angeles-based photographer. After completing her BA in Photography and Italian Studies at Bard College in 2010, she has lived and worked on Martha’s Vineyard, in New York City, and in Rome before relocating to LA. She earned her MFA in photography from the Hartford Art School in August 2018.
Her photographs have been shown in both solo and group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Boston, Hartford, and Berlin, Germany, and prints of her work are in a number of private collections worldwide. One of her photographs is part of the permanent collection of the Burchfield Penney Museum in Buffalo, NY. Past publications and clients include Aint-Bad, ARRI, Humble Arts Foundation, Don't Take Pictures, and TimeOut LA.
She maintains an active role in the Los Angeles photography community. Since 2010, she has run the ground operations of the Palm Springs Photo Festival's portfolio review program. Molly is a founding member of the Los Angeles Women's Photography Alliance (LAWPA), a member of Women Photograph, and a member of the Women's Photo Alliance (WPA). She has served on the board of ASMP Los Angeles since 2015, first as Vice President and then as the chapter President since 2016.