Nick Molle is an Award winning filmmaker, producer and director specializing in nature, wildlife, travel, and adventure videos.
Producer, host and writer, Nick Mollé has traveled the globe
from Alaska to Australia in search of
the unusual, the extreme and the unforgettable. His serious purpose with
a touch of humor has won him many awards for his productions.
Nick has hiked, documented and filmed Rocky Mountain National Park for over 20 years.
When not in the Rocky Mountains, he follows a passion for inspirational destinations.
A love of nature, quest for knowledge, and search for adventure have taken him to exotic destinations including the Costa Rican Rainforest, Alaska’s Prince William Sound, Australia’s remote Northern Territory, and the troubled Mayan villages of Guatemala.
His 2015 documentary, The
Living Dream: 100 years of Rocky Mountain National Park earned a Regional Emmy nomination.
His previous releases with American Public Television include: WildSide with Nick Mollé: Costa Rica and the A Walk in the Park with Nick Mollé series featuring Real Rocky, Rivers of the Rockies, and Birds Without Borders, where Nick extended the reach of Rocky
Mountain National Park to the tropical forests of Costa Rica following the migration of four small songbirds.
His production of Solar Car: The Secrets of Ra7 documents the Solar Challenge race from Darwin to Adelaide, Australia. Moved by the story, Robert Duvall delivers the introduction to this amazing testament to youthful determination.
The newest edition, A Walk in the Park with Nick Mollé: Nature of the Beasts is a soul-searching dive into the effects of climate and crowding in the pristine wilderness of a national park. Starring among others, the lovable Pika, Beasts examines environmental changes in quality and the experience, with a concept that may surprise some viewers.
As with his previous work, Nick displays his love of music as he weaves the soundtrack through this film including original work crafted by him and his creative team.
Nick credits success to years of working with his close friends and outstanding filmmakers, John Goerner and Sean Doherty, where together they find a purpose to present natural environments cloaked in their splendor, beauty and significance with the hope that they can make a contribution to their preservation.