Megan Mack (b.1986) is an MFA graduate from Pratt Institute in NY. She has worked predominantly as a portrait and commercial photographer for over ten years. Currently, she works as an interdisciplinary ecofeminist artist examining social and environmental issues within the more-than-human world. 

In 2018 she co-created a photography collective, with photographer and activist Sina Basila, Seeing Collective (SeeC): a space for photographers to share clients, industry knowledge, and gain critical feedback on personal projects. Recently they teamed up with a local photography school in Bushwick, BKC, where they host talks, promote other artist's work, and curate group shows. During 2020 she helped to co-produce and curated a group show with in efforts to support artists out of work due to Covid-19.

She is available for assignments in NY, CA, and the Pacific NorthWest.

Please email for any inquiries. (she/her/hers)

Social Media: 

IG @megancmack

Twitter @meganmackphoto



ICP Bard MFA, New York  NY  2021

Art Center College of Design, Pasadena  CA  2010

Client list:

AMC, BuzzFeed, Billboard, Dazed and Confused, Details

Elle, GQ, Kelly Rutherford, LA Times, LA Weekly, Pitchfork, Queen of Raw, 

RollingStone, ShopThe Break, Sinead O' Conner, Spin, The Bosco, The Hollywood Reporter, The Photographic Journal

The Wrap

Honors/ Awards:

Winner of Julia Margaret Cameron Awards for Self Portrait & Series, 2018 

Honorable Mention for International Photography Awards 2018 Photo Series & Editorial Stories, 2018

CMYK Top 100 New Creatives + First-Ever Creative Pro Contest Winner, 2011


Contact Gallery, Brooklyn NY, "Disconnect" Group Show 2019

Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York, NY 2016

Edgar Varela Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles, CA MOPLA "Play It As It Lays: Picturing California" 2010

TRIM Venice Art Walk, “Dirty” Group Show , Venice, CA 2007 


Cofounder of SeeingCollective; A photography collective geared toward expanding knowledge and creating 

community in the photography industry, 2018

  -Partnership with BKC 

  -Creator of Photo Cafe: public programming in relation to the ever changing photography world  

Represented by Contour (Getty Images)

Using Format