Mollie Pritchett Studio offers web development & design, social media marketing & content design as well as photography services, internationally. We are dedicated to providing personalized, professional services to businesses, organizations, and individuals all over the world.

Mollie Pritchett Studio - Photography & Web Design

Mollie Pritchett is a web designer, social media marketer and a travel, wedding, lifestyle, and portrait photographer currently based in Florence, Italy. While attending the Pennsylvania State University she worked as a photojournalist at The Daily Collegian, published independently by Penn State students. She then graduated in Integrative Arts and ever since has been traveling and working between the U.S.A. and Italy, particularly between Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Florence, Italy.

Her main services include web design, social media marketing, vacation & travel photography, wedding photography, portrait & family photography and lifestyle product photography. She also collaborates on local creative projects and is open to new collaborative ventures.

Mollie grew up in a family dedicated to the arts; watching her parents run their award winning commercial retouching business, Pritchett Studio, as well as their Photo Restoration business, Pritchett Studio Photo Restoration, her love of the creative world grew. As soon as she picked up a camera she knew her world was forever changed.

Now, as well as working for her Photography & Web Design business, she occasionally works with Pritchett Studio as a retouch artist, photographer, and a web developer, helping the family business grow and expand their 30+ years of creative ventures.

View Mollie’s interview on Creative People in Florence!
“Through photography, I now see Florence through my eyes and through my lens. Now, to me, Florence is more than just a story that somebody told…”

Mollie Pritchett Studio is a US sole proprietorship business owned by Mollie Suzanne Pritchett, with offices at 5218 Towers Terrace, 15229 Pittsburgh PA, U.S.A.

“In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” Alfred Eisenstaedt