A visual artist based in Exeter, Megan works with a variety of media, though her own work often takes the form of a book – sometimes in quite a traditional format and at other times, something more experimental and ephemeral.
Megan in her own words:
Intrinsic to my work are collaborations and interventions with communities and groups of all shapes and sizes, because it’s the joy, fizz and tension of exchange that brings everything to life.
Like so many of us, the experiences of recent years have brought several issues into sharp focus. And while my work considers the climate crisis by connecting people with nature, I also try to address the increasing lack of opportunity for people of varying perspectives to interact. Through my creative activities, I remember our common humanity, together making it easier to navigate this turbulent world.