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Molly Macindoe was born on 1979 in Qatar, is an American/New Zealander photographer and photojournalist. At 41 years old, Molly Macindoe height not available right now. We will update Molly Macindoe's height soon as possible.
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|Molly Macindoe Age||43 years old|
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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Molly Macindoe worth at the age of 43 years old? Molly Macindoe’s income source is mostly from being a successful Photographer. She is from Qatar. We have estimated Molly Macindoe's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||Photographer|
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In early 2019, Alexander McQueen Milan store used a Molly Macindoe image as an instore display and at Selfidges, London. The image also features in a range of McQueen T-shirts released in August 2019.
On November 15, 2018, she did a book signing at Bookmark, the renowned Marc Jacobs bookstore in Tokyo.
Other works include a short film about OCD entitled ‘Reverence & Ritual’ and a photographic installation about her travels on the Trans-Siberian railway. She was also part of a team that produced a short magic realist film, ‘Dis Burnin Now,’ funded by Arts Council England.
2017 Front Left Books, ‘Documenting the Rave Road’ Book of postcards
2016 Front Left Books, ‘Out of Date’ Rave calendar
Macindoe presented a Solo show in Carnaby Street at The Subculture Archives where she also presented talks for Youth Club Archive and LA clothing brand Nasty Gal. She presented her work and a talk 'Documenting the Rave Road From Putney to Persia' at Doomed Gallery, London and an exhibition and talk at RVLT festival at the Worm in 2015. She has also presented talks at Te Auaha Institute for Creativity, Wellington, Aotearoa, NZ, City of London & Cripplegate Photographic Society and a ‘Rave on the Road’ talk at the Floating Cinema, Kings Cross, London. She has presented talks at academic institutions City of Bristol College and Swindon School of Art.
2015, Front Left Books, Out of Order (2nd Edition)
The front cover image on the 1st edition of Out of Order book has a permanent place in the largest private collection of British youth culture photography – The Hartnett Contemporary Collection. Her work has featured in several notable exhibitions 'Sweet Harmony: Rave Today' at The Saatchi Gallery, London, Ourhistory Archives, Logic & fabric present: Club Culture at Fabric (club), London, Electro Expo at Philharmonie de Paris, 'Dance & Disobedience – An Exhibition for playful protagonists' at Rich Mix. Macindoe has also exhibited in The Millennium Dome, Foyles Gallery, Camden Roundhouse, The Foundry (bar), The Arnolfini, The Arts House, The Village Underground, the M.S. Stubnitz, The Printspace Gallery The Southbank Centre and many underground events. Her images have been presented in slide projections at the Arnolfini and the V&A Friday Late event Electric Histories.
Macindoe is a founding member of Random Artists – a collective formed by like-minded creative people from the underground rave scene, which has staged many open-access Temporary Autonomous Art events in squatted venues across the UK.
In 2012 she received an honorable mention as a runner up in Absolute Travel's international travel photo contest and in 2015 her travel photography was featured in an 8-page spread in China’s Lens Magazine.
In 2005 she completed a BA course in Photographic Arts at the University of Westminster where her final exhibit was based on a photographic journey through Iran, including images of Tehran’s highly illegal party scene. After leaving University, she began her career in social documentary photography, culminating in the publication of her photographic study, Out of Order (2011, Tangent Books). Her book documents ten years of the underground Rave, Free party and Teknival scene in the U.K. and Europe. It contains an introduction and essay by musicologist Caroline Stedman. The 2nd edition (2015, Front Left Books) contains a foreword by photographer Tom Hunter (artist).
Influenced by her well-travelled parents, Macindoe developed a love for international travel and visited many places such as Papua New Guinea, Tibet, Russia, Iran and Syria, photographically documenting the diverse cultures she encountered. Her attention was always drawn back to the Free Party community and since 1997, she has participated in and documented the Underground scene.
Born in Qatar in 1979 to an American and a New Zealander, Macindoe's early childhood was spent in a multicultural community of ex-pats. She moved with her family to England in 1986 and began school in London. She went on to study Art at A-level and focused her work on Free Parties and photography.