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Maggie Magee Molino

The World As I've Seen It!

North Haledon, New Jersey

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Maggie Molino is an award-winning photographer and writer, but more than that, she is a wife, mother of seven and grandmother of fourteen. (Of that, she is most proud!)

Maggie has traveled and photographed many places in Europe including Italy, Austria, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Ireland. Maggie has alsophotographed and produced a slideshows of China and Japan

Some of Maggie's exhibits include:

.An Exhibition of traditional and digitally altered photography at the DiGangi Gallery in Totowa, NJ.
.An Exhibit at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ.
.An Exhibit at the Ringwood Library, Ringwood, NJ
.A Joint Exhibition at the Jesus Christ Prince of Peace Chapel, Haledon, NJ, together with Artists, Fr. Louis J. Scurti and Thomas J. Johnson.

Maggie is a member of the Photographic Society of America and Ridgewood Camera Club. She has won many prestigious awards, one of which is Best in Nature from the New England Camera Conference and Best of Digital Imagery won at both the Ringwood Association of the Arts and the New Jersey Senior Art Show 2008. (Professional Category).

If you live in the North Haledon, NJ area, you will see Maggie's photographs hanging in many local businesses.

Maggie Molino is an award-winning photographer and writer, but more than that, she is a wife, mother of seven and grandmother of fourteen. (Of that, she is most proud!)

Maggie has traveled and photographed many places in Europe including Italy, Austria, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and she also has photographed and produced a slideshows of China and Japan and most recently Ireland!

Some of Maggie’s exhibits include:

.An Exhibition of traditional and digitally altered photography at the DiGangi Gallery in Totowa, NJ.
.An Exhibit at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ.
.An Exhibit at the Ringwood Library, Ringwood, NJ
.A Joint Exhibition at the Jesus Christ Prince of Peace Chapel, Haledon, NJ, together with Artists, Fr. Louis J. Scurti and Thomas J. Johnson.

Maggie is a member of the Photographic Society of America and Ridgewood Camera Club. She has won many prestigious awards, one of which is Best in Nature from the New England Camera Conference and Best of Digital Imagery won at both the Ringwood Association of the Arts and the New Jersey Senior Art Show 2008. (Professional Category).

If you live in the North Haledon, NJ area, you will see Maggie's photographs hanging in many local businesses.