Originally from Hamilton, Molly received her B.Sc in Environmental Science at McGill University before studying architecture at Dalhousie University, where she was awarded an M.Arch thesis prize for a Hamilton-based exploration of film, architecture and built heritage. She has lived and studied in both Germany and Panama, and participated in a design build project at a school in Ladakh, Northern India. Molly is a member of a Toronto/Hamilton based arts collective 7±2, with whom she created an interactive installation in 2015 for Nuit Blanche. An OAA licensed architect at dpai, Molly combines her creative talents and project management prowess to see contextual, beautiful, sustainable, and cost-conscious projects through to completion. These days, her spare time is usually spent cycling around the city, singing karaoke, making clay objects, and playing with synthesizers.