Molly teaches art in Northern Minnesota. She enjoys art, and spent time oil painting before she started carving. Once Molly moved to Northern Minnesota she met some great people that were more than willing to share their knowledge of carving with.
After taking a lesson in Scandinavian Flat Plane carvings, she began carving small 7'' figures with a knife, after showing her wears to a local shop Molly was offered a lesson in chainsaw carving and never looked back “I love chainsaw carving because of the speed, and the large size of the carvings I am able to create; they have large impact. I enjoy the wood because it's natural, and has beauty marks like knots, cracks, worm holes, and wood grain”.
Molly has now started to carve at town events and carving competitions and enjoys the challenge, as well as being able to carve next to amazing carvers from around the world. 2017 is Molly’s first time competing in the Australian Chainsaw Carving Championships.