Molly McCauley is a sought-after destination wedding photographer based in Southern California and New England. Her approach is to capture her clients and their guests in the most authentic way while allowing them to live in the moment on the wedding day.
With a Masters in Fine Art Photography and a background in design and fashion, her caught-in-the-moment photography style with an editorial edge creates photos that you can feel and that stand the test of time.
No destination wedding is too far or remote. Molly is a world traveller, having circled the globe several times and photographed weddings in some of the most majestic places on earth, from Paris to Geneva, Hawaii and beyond.
While destination weddings around the world are her passion, Molly wants to ensure that the world is just as beautiful for future generations. That’s why for every destination traveled to, she donates to offset her carbon footprint.
In her free time, she spends time with her husband Kyle and three dogs (Luna, Baggins, and Willow). Molly is also a dog rescue advocate. She takes dog head shots to ensure they have the best chance at a new life. She also donates a portion of profits to dog rescues that aid in saving dogs around the world–from Southern California to Seoul, South Korea.
Molly has been featured in Grace Ormonde, Destination I Do, Martha Stewart Weddings, Glamour and many others.
"far away Travel + impeccable Fashion + profound architecture are the perfect recipe for a truly unforgettable wedding experience "
I took my first international flight when I was 18, and I've been circling the globe ever since documenting love + life.
CUPS OF COFFEE
Thats right...I've never had a cup of coffee however I do love the smell of it! My
go-to is Hot Cocoa.
YEARS PHOTOGRAPHING WEDDINGS
I photographed my very first wedding while getting my MFA in the Fall of 2009 in Santa Barbara, CA.
I'm the proud mom to three fur babies. A variety of doodles: Luna, Baggins, + Willow.
Design: Leanne Ford
Photo: Alexandra Ribar
I lived in london while studying art history + working for a fashion company. it was the most transformative year of my life.
I am inspired by great design. In another life, I'd be an interior designer for modern architecture.
I fangirl over
Lillian bassman pushed the boundaries of film + the female portrait
(and is my fav)