Located in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New York (on Historic Market Street in Corning) , Molly Cagwin Photography is the premier choice for commercial, personal and corporate creative imaging. Our studio combines historical ambiance with contemporary style and cutting edge technology to produce customized photography and designs of the highest quality.

With over four decades of combined professional experience, our award winning artists possess sophisticated vision, consummate professionalism, and extensive training in the latest digital imaging technologies. We are proud to offer masterful portrait and product photography.

Our Artists

Molly Cagwin- Molly received a Bachelor of Art Degree from the University at Buffalo and a Master of Fine Art Degree in Art Photography from Syracuse University. She taught photography at Syracuse University for 3 years and at Corning Community College for 15 years. Her photographs have been exhibited across New York State including the prestigious CEPA Gallery in Buffalo and she has been published twice in Crain's New York Business Magazine, WellWedNY and the Huffington Post. She has done commercial photographic work for many companies and organizations including World Kitchen, Corning Incorporated, Steuben Glass, Corning Museum of Glass and the Rockwell Museum, specializing in portrait and product photography.

Kathy Connery- Kathy was the owner/operator of WaterWalk Communications, LLC, from 1996 - 2003, and has worked as a graphic designer and web designer for twenty years. She studied at Marymount College in Tarrytown, NY and received her Bachelor of Art Degree in design. She teaches graphic design, digital art and photography at Corning Community College, and also designed business graphics for Aspen Medical Media in London, and websites for Tierna Designs in Vermont. Kathy is co-owner of Molly Cagwin Photography, where she is lead designer and second photographer.

Brad Patocka- Brad is Lead Video Producer/Editor at Corning Museum of Glass and an Adjunct Professor at Corning Community College and. He has a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Documentary Studies and Production from Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, and is the recipient of the James B. Pendleton Student Research and Productions Grant for scholarly research projects, creative writing, photography and film and video production.