Molly (Crealock) Miksa has been a professional photographer since 2003. She has a passion for telling stories through still frames.
PORTRAITS: Molly shoots all manner of portraits, both personal and professional. While she particularly enjoys environmental portraits (using outdoor or living space as a backdrop) she also has a portable studio which can be set up in your home or place of business. Packages are tailored to client's needs. Please call or email for further information.
EDITORIAL: Molly’s work has been published extensively in magazines and newspapers including The Toronto Star, EcoParent, This Magazine and The National Post. She was Chief Photographer for the bicycle culture magazine Dandyhorsefrom its inception in 2008 until 2015, when she left Toronto for London, Ontario.
CORPORATE & NON PROFIT: Her corporate and nonprofit clients include Bullfrog Power, the Gladstone Hotel, the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation and the Ontario Nonprofit Network.
WEDDINGS: Molly enjoys shooting weddings from time to time, especially those of the non-traditional variety. Please call or email for further information. Packages are tailored to the client's needs.
DOCUMENTARY/FINE ART: Having studied with photographers ranging from Alessandra Sanguinetti to Shelby Lee Adams, Molly has had solo exhibitions at the University of Toronto's Hart House, Gallery 44's Members’ Gallery and the Meredith Keith Gallery (among other venues). Her photographs have also been included in groups shows in Toronto, Montreal and New York.
PRINTS: Fine art prints of work shown on this site as well as other works are available. Please inquire about editions available, sizes and prices.
TEACHING: Molly has been a photography instructor since 2009 (Hart House, University of Toronto, 2009-2015). She is available to teach portrait photography, documentary photography and do-it-yourself matting & framing, among other topics.
ENVIRONMENT: Molly has an educational and professional background in environmental work which continues to inform her photographic practice. Her project work has led her from a permaculture homestead high in the Andean mountains in Ecuador, to a biodynamic farm in Ireland where she lived in community with adults with special needs. In her studio Molly works with natural fibre paper (cotton rag as well as bamboo, sugar cane and mulberry) and reclaimed wood frames. As much as possible she commutes on a bicycle converted to carry photographic equipment. (Extensive information on Molly's environmental initiatives can be found at mollycrealock.wordpress.com.)