With a background in photojournalism, Megan approaches family photography with a similar eye. She has a heart for memorializing family histories and creating an experience that leaves her clients feeling at ease and like themselves. She is able to seamlessly and almost invisibly document the most vulnerable moments without interruption. 



Megan's work is a blend of documentary, moment-driven imagery and colorful, imaginative portraiture that is always inspired by the environment. Whether she is encapsulated by fog in the mountains, surrounded by the world’s tallest skyscrapers, or established in a client's home, she is inspired by wherever the journey takes her. With a distinctive interpretation of light and shadow, she creates photographs that transcend beyond the ordinary.

After 17 years in the industry, Megan has been published in The New York Times, Martha Stewart Weddings, BRIDES, Cosmopolitan, The Knot, Green Wedding Shoes, Style Me Pretty, and many other publications.

In her spare time, you can find her hiking with her family in the Blue Ridge Mountains, reading a suspense novel with a cozy blanket and a cup of coffee, exploring exceptional restaurants, planning her next trip with her husband, and playing the piano late into the night.



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"We have always felt uncomfortable posing for photos and wanted someone who would capture this time in our family in a way that felt natural and familiar, rather than staged. We were so comfortable with Megan right away, and after ten minutes felt like we could be ourselves. She didn't snap pictures every second, but chose her moments so we could be natural and not feel like we had to perform for the camera. The photos she gave us are stunning and heartfelt. They remind us of the sweet, fleeting moments of family life that are so hard to capture or hang onto, even though they are the most precious. We will cherish these photos."