Molly Ferrill Portrait

Molly is a photographer, writer, and documentary filmmaker specializing in environment, culture and travel. She was selected as a National Geographic Explorer to carry out a project documenting the state of elephants in Myanmar. Both her photography and writing have been featured in National Geographic Magazine. She has also contributed to National Geographic Television, National Geographic France, The Discovery Channel, the BBC, Voice of America, the PBS Nature series, The Monadnock Ledger, The Straits Times, Channel News Asia, the Matador Network, and the ASEAN Wildlife Enforcement Network among others. Molly has experience working across Asia, East Africa, and North, Central, and South America, and speaks native English, proficient Spanish, and basic Swahili and Thai.

Molly works with Freeland, an international counter-trafficking organization, to document wildlife and human trafficking issues and solutions. She has also recently begun to lead wildlife photography workshops with Photofox Adventures (www.photofoxadventures.com) promoting conservation and respect for nature.