Molly Peach is one of our favorite Nashville wedding photographers. We wanted to share with you her amazing personality and photography. We loved her personality and style so much she did our Morgan Film Co. brand photos and we are in love with them! If you are looking for a photographer who is genuine and loves adventure, then Molly Peach is the one for you. Today, we are sharing some questions we asked Molly to get to know her, her photography brand, and her love for weddings!
I shot my first two weddings the summer before my freshman year of college in 2013. I had always loved shooting portraits of my friends and had done plenty of paid family sessions, along with second shooting weddings. So when a family friend and a high school teacher reached out for wedding photos, I nervously said yes to both. I then took a bit of a break from photography and only shot a handful of weddings throughout college before diving in full-time in the spring of 2018.
My favorite part is the privilege of being a part of such important, real moments. It’s such an honor. When a couple gets their images back, they’re able to see pieces of the day that they didn’t even realize happened. I think that’s so special.
A typical wedding day for me is anywhere from 8-12 hours. I kick it off by capturing details and then move into portraits. Following the portraits is the ceremony, and I hit the dance floor at the end for a bit. Overall, my work weeks are pretty fun! I try to take Mondays off, have up to 3 extra shoots per week, and edit around 6-10 hours per day, depending on my workload. December to February are slower months, so it’s nice to sit back, reflect, and prepare during those months.
I’d say Iceland. I’ve never been, and the environment’s colors and vibe just seem so romantic and fitting for an intimate ceremony.
I feel like my style very much is a combination of timeless yet unique. I let the day tell the story, and capture it honestly.
Nashville is tough with locations. I prefer location scouting and finding random spots. Whether it’s fields of flowers in Franklin or some rolling hills in the middle of nowhere they are my favorite! However, the best spots are ones that mean something to the couple, whether that’s a first date location or some other sweet memory.
Montana! I’ve never been and have been daydreaming about it lately.