MEAGHAN OGILVIE is a visual artist who uses photography, video and mixed media to explore the connection between people and nature. By capturing images of seascapes, landscapes and portraits, she encourages people to explore their own role in these interactions. Meaghan has collaborated with many ocean conservation organizations and believes photography can be a powerful tool to give a positive message about our oceans and waterways.
In the past decade, Meaghan has had incredible opportunities such as collaborating with Indigenous women on the Great Lakes in Ontario, to shooting in Palau, an archipelago of islands in Micronesia. Her work has been shown in galleries across Canada, USA, France, England and Denmark, gaining her several acclaimed awards, including being shortlisted for the Sony World Award, where her work was selected from 62,654 photographs from around the globe. Meaghan has also been the recipient of highly competitive residencies such as the School of Visual Arts in New York City and the Tahsis Art Gallery in Vancouver.
Through her work she aims to travel to some of the most remote areas of the world to help build a greater understanding and awareness of our responsibility as humans to the earth.