Studio & Event Photography, Nature & Wildlife, Travel Workshops
Apr 21, 2018
"I tried to see things your way. You're still an idiot."
Owls tilt their head to judge the position and distance of things around them. An owl’s eyes are fixed in position, so they can’t move their eyes like we can. To look to the side and up or down, an owl needs to move its head.
Windland Smith Rice International Awards - 2015 Grand Prize Winner.
Based in Toronto, Megan is an internationally recognized professional photographer with a passion for wildlife and nature.
Her passion and love for the wildlife she photographs comes through in her photos which have appeared in countless advertising campaigns and publications including: Canadian Geographic, National Geographic, Audubon, Birder's World, Nature's Best Photography, Defenders Of Wildlife, National Wildlife Federation, Canadian Wildlife Federation, Photolife, Smithsonian, Readers Digest and more. Megan is a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Recipient for her contribution to Canadian wildlife photography. This commemorative medal serves to honour significant contributions and achievements by Canadians.
Megan also leads private and group workshops and enjoys teaching others. She believes that intensive knowledge of a species behaviour, traits and habitat is paramount to successful wildlife photography and has an unending amount of patience which helps her in the field waiting for the perfect moment.