Born and raised in northern British Columbia Canada Meg grew up a tomboy in a roughneck logging/trucking family with a thirst for art.
Bold, independent and quirky, Meg was featured in her home town’s art gallery for the first time at 8-years old and later once more when she was 15; nurtured and encouraged by her peers and teachers she never lat anything like her slight dyslexia and learning disability stand in the way of her dreams.
Dabbling in everything from crafts to photography, animation, culinary arts and back again, Meg considers herself a varied artist with a lust for discovering new ways to express herself. A self-proclaimed GEEK, she dives into the richly creative worlds of video games, comic books, cartoons and science fiction, where much of her inspiration stems from.
Putting herself through collage and university after graduation, Meg aspires to eventually work for herself, turning her passions into a prosperous career. In the meantime she loves cooking and bar tending for a living where she gets to explore her creativity in new ways while also looking after her parents, a array of rescued and rehabilitated critters and volunteering where she can. Having grown up with little she understands where a little help can go a long way and tries to make the world around her just a little better while she can through her actions and her art.