Austin Mollins began taking photographs at just nine years old, already interested in nature and capturing the moments of wonder she found within it. Then, at sixteen, armed with her grandmother’s Nikon film camera, she began exploring the world of black and white imagery. Focusing on learning the trade and honing her skills, she soon fell in love with the art of photography.
After moving to British Columbia and immersing herself in the endless, lush colors of the Pacific Northwest, Austin turned to adventure and outdoor lifestyle photography. She was in awe of the ancient rain forests and drawn to the challenge of portraying their beauty; telling their story. This same passion for preserving nature’s perfection has in recent years driven her to hike the West Coast Trail, travel to Iceland and Amsterdam, join outdoor preservation movements, and kayak the east coast of Vancouver Island.
Through a growing online presence, Austin’s been able to share her experiences via her art, hoping to motivate others to get out and explore our wondrous planet as well.
Based out of Burnaby, BC, she travels when adventure calls.