Molly FIndlay grew up between Northern California and remote parts of the Mojave Desert, daughter of free-spirited parents with a love of invention. Findlay, who lives between New York, Berkeley and Trinidad, has worked with a host of renowned photographers and her clients include The New York Times Magazine, Italian Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Gucci, Levi’s, Coach, Kate Spade and MAC. Findlay is also the co-founder, with husband Everard, of the Mother of Thousands Art Collective, a group of wildly creative artists and designers whose most recent project was taking over the Bergdorf Goodman windows. Her own work, exuberant sculpture and installation pieces which "subvert the everyday experience" by adding humor to the quotidienne in the form of giant soft noodles and telescoping rooms.