Hattie Molloy’s practice includes facets of floristry, installation and object making. Hattie’s use of floral arrangement is energetic and playful, sprawling installations retreat indoors, buttering the events and stores of ‘Melbourne’ and ‘Australia’. Her strong affinity with photography and still-life ensures her work is enjoyed globally. Hattie’s work has been featured in Vogue, GQ, Vice and The Design Files. Her installations including spatial and architectural interventions can be seen through her work with Armadillo Rugs (2020), Urban Blooms, City of Melbourne (2020) and Cub Sport I Never Cried So Much In My Whole Life (2019).
Hattie finds inspiration in the surreal, believing that it encourages us to look at the world around us. She believes in the impermanence of floristry — the exchange that takes place between floral arrangement, installation and the environment. Hattie is very passionate about supporting local growers and unpacking what it means to practice as an artist incorporating floristry at this time.
Weddings & Events
We offer personal and imaginative arrangements for your wedding, special occasion or corporate event, created in Hattie’s unique signature style.
In an initial consultation with Hattie we can talk though your aspirations. Together planning and designing emotive installations and arrangements created with seasonal specific flowers and other botanical elements.
Styling & Set Design
Hattie is available for a range of styling and set design services.
Hattie has worked with Vogue Living, NGV, Curio, David Jones and GQ on producing creative outcomes and has styled various editorial and video shoots for the likes of Cub Sport and Vogue Australia.
Hattie welcomes enquiries for dynamic floral consultation and styling.