Photographer · @moristeele
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Molly Steele, originally raised in the swamps of North Florida, is a film photographer based out of Los Angeles. Her active investigation of fringe youth culture has lead her to ride freight trains across the United States and spend time in a squat house. Steele’s work developed a cult-following through her Instagram and has been recognized as a social anthropologist. Molly has become a spokesperson for modern-outdoorswomen and a figurehead for the movement of millennials quitting their day jobs for creative self-employment and exploration.
Her work has been published by A Women’s Thing, Pacific Dissent, Monster Children, Flaunt Magazine, and has upcoming features in Paper Sea Quarterly and the Monster Children Photo Annual. In addition, her work and travels have been written about by Vice, Huffington Post, LiveFast Mag, Wildling Magazine, Quartz, S Moda, Self Control Magazine, Plaid Zebra, Dawn, Need Supply, Coach, Refinery29, The Adventure Handbook, Cult Collective, Nixon, Garrett Leight, and more.