Megan has been a freelance photographer for over fifteen years. Her work has been published in The Seattle Times, The Seattle P-I, The Stranger, The Seattle Weekly, Arts Resource Network, Balance Magazine and in the book, The Stranger Guide to Seattle. She has also been reviewed in the Seattle Times and Tablet. Clients include Naugahyde Productions, Theater Schmeater, Bambaji, Open Circle, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Balance Magazine, Special Productions NYC, brightroom, Action Sports International, Jonah's Just Begun and Le Train Bleu. Shows include three group shows at the Pound Gallery and two solo shows at Theater Schmeater in Seattle. She was invited to participate as a contributing artist for the 2004 Salem Arts Council Benefit Auction and was a winner in the Open House New York Fall 2004: Focus on Architecture Photography Competition. Two of Megan's photographs were chosen for Long Shot 2011 at Photo Center Northwest. Also in 2011 Megan participated in Jonathan Canlas's Film is Not Dead workshop in NYC. She exhibited her series, Family at Salon Armand in Seattle in April 2012. The Miscarriage Diaries was exhibited at the Peace House in Portland, Oregon in May 2012 and the Streff Gallery in Marylhurst, Oregon through July 2012 as part of the group show Bearing Witness: The Art of Pregnancy Loss and Infertility, curated by Kristen Larsen. In 2013 Megan was honored to be chosen to attend, along with four other photographers, the week-long photography workshop by renowned photographer Jock Sturges, held in Montalivet, France.
Megan shoots a select number of weddings each year using vintage and digital cameras and a variety of film.
After fifteen years in NYC, Megan moved with her family from Manhattan to Seattle.
For booking information and rates please contact us at meganfotog at gmail dot com.
Leavenworth, WA, 2014.