Currently, Megan Mack is attending ICP-BARD's MFA program in NY, while freelancing as a photographer and videographer.  Although she misses the landscape and weather of her home city of Santa Monica, she is happy to have made Brooklyn her home. During high school, she turned to photography as a way to find meaning in an already image-saturated world. After graduating from Art Center College of Design, she began to focus on commercial portraiture where she brings a deep introspection and empathetic eye to each portrait. Her work seeks interesting people, unique places, sub-cultures, and untold stories. 

Two years ago she has co-created a photography collective, with photographer activist Sina Basila, called Seeing Collective: a space for photographer's to share clients, industry knowledge, and gain critical feedback on personal projects. They recently joined forces in partnership with a local school called BKC, where they host talks, promote artists works, and curate group gallery shows.

*Some images are available for purchase*

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