Amanda Mollindo is a visual artist who cultivates beauty and clarity to amplify stories that matter. By finding relevance in complex ideas and nuance in difficult topics, she uses photography to explore personal, familial, and societal relationships that are often stigmatized or ignored.
After quiet childhood in an Arizona bordertown, Amanda followed her passion for the arts by pursuing a BFA in Photography at Arizona State University, where she graduated with honors in 2015. There, she took an interdisciplinary approach to her education, combining photography, storytelling, and digital media in her creative practice. Her talent has been recognized by Scholastic Golden Key, the Society for Photographic Education, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and more.
In addition to photography, Amanda is passionate about the convergence of business, art, and entrepreneurship. As the founder of aftrART and the Marketing Coordinator at the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation, she enjoys helping both artists and startups share their message and build meaningful connections with their audience.
Interested in exhibiting, publishing, or purchasing Amanda's work? Reach out to her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.