Meg is a graphic designer who joined our crew in 2016. She has created images since childhood and is thrilled to now be gainfully employed doing what she has always loved.
Her grandfather was a watercolor artist and her mom is an architect and interior designer, so she comes by her creative aesthetic naturally. She gave some thought to earning an architecture degree at Auburn University, but ultimately decided that a BFA in Graphic Design suited her better.
Meg made the most of her time in the “loveliest village on the plains,” participating in Auburn’s AIGA chapter, serving as vice president of her social sorority and studying abroad in Florence, Italy. During her last semester, she worked as a digital design intern at Tombras Group, which was named the top small advertising agency in the country by Advertising Age while she was there. During her internship she touched projects for McDonald’s, ESPN and Michelin to name a few.
A native of Knoxville, Tenn., who grew up as the only girl among eight cousins, Meg had no choice but to be a tomboy. She loves to run, hike—anything that keeps her outdoors—and would still be hanging out at Camp Nakanawa if only she could make a living as a Camp Counselor.
Some folks say Meg reminds them of Jennifer Lawrence because of her refreshingly quirky and down-to-earth personality as well as her penchant for occasionally expressing herself with self-deprecating humor.