She studied at New York University, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Imaging in 2011.
She works across a variety of digital platforms, producing videos, GIFs, zines, and web-based performance art Molly Soda started blogging as a teenager. In the late 2000s, her Tumblr blog began to attract attention beyond the Tumblr sphere, as it rose to prominence as one of the most influential sites on the platform.
She became an iconic micro-celebrity, known for tween-confessions style art and for her widely-imitated personal aesthetic.
In 2011, she was involved in the emergence of seapunk microculture, and became an occasional back-up dancer for techno-popular musician Grimes. One of Molly Soda"s GIF"s was shown at the 2012 Music Television Music Video Awards.
In 2013 she was listed by Rolling Stone Magazine as "one of 50 Things Millennials Know That General-Xers Don"t" and as the 24th most important artist of the year by Complex magazine. In that year she also sold work at the first digital art auction, curated by the Phillips art house.
She has continued to exhibit her work at American and British galleries.
Molly Soda is currently centered in Detroit, Michigan. She remains active on Tumblr and Twitter, and now regularly publishes on Newhive, a website which combines social media with an art-production platform.
Her work explores the technological mediation of self-identity, contemporary feminism, culture, and perversion.