Megan Mack is currently attending ICP-BARD's MFA program while maintaining her freelance work in photography and video.  Originally from Santa Monica, CA, she is now happy to call Brooklyn home.

During her high school darkroom photography class, she began to pursue her interest in the photographic medium. Not only was photography a way for her to make sense of the world around her, but it helped her find solace in an already image-saturated world.

After graduating from Art Center College of Design in 2010, Megan focused her energy on portraiture, working mainly on editorial and commercial projects and utilizing her introspective eye and empathetic nature to engage with each subject.

Drawn to interesting people, unique places, and sub-cultures, Megan crafts untold stories with a visually distinct narrative.

Two years ago she has co-created a photography collective, with photographer and activist Sina Basila. It's 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. 

Currently they are running an #artistrelief fund to support artists out of work due to Covid-19.

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