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Meg White is a cinematographer who works in film, television, commercials and documentary.
She recently wrapped production on the queer revisionist history series WHILE THE MEN ARE AWAY with director Elissa Down.
Meg most was the setup DP for the new BBC / Stan series
TEN POUND POMS, working with director Jamie Stone and producers at ELEVEN and CURIO.
Previously she has shot writer and actor Nakkiah Lui's dramedy PREPPERS for the ABC with producers Liz Watts and Sylvia Warmer. She previously shot the 2021 Emmy winning, 2020 Rose D'or winning and AACTA nominated television series FIRST DAY with director Julie Kalceff and producer Kirsty Stark. This series was a co-production between the ABC, BBC and Hulu and was lauded internationally for its portrayal of transgender student Hannah Bradford.
Meg has shot many short form projects with some of Australia's most respected directors - two of which she won ACS Silver Awards for; Marcia Hines music video REMEDY, directed by Russell Crowe, and the ACCTA Nominated short film I WANT TO MAKE A FILM ABOUT WOMEN directed by Karen Pearlman.
Meg has also worked extensively in documentary, including director Rachel Perkins' ARRERNTE WOMEN'S PROJECT and
I AM BLACK AND BEAUTIFUL, for director Hawanatu Bangura.
Meg holds a BA in Media Arts and Production from University of Technology, Sydney. She is the recipient of ACS Drew Llewelyn Camerimage Scholarship and inaugural recipient of the Screen Australia Onbass Fellowship, which enabled her to attend the American Film Institute Conservatory under full scholarship.
In addition to her cinematography work, Meg has exhibited three solo photography exhibitions, AND I THOUGHT I WAS DREAMING, FRACTURES and LOVESICK. Her photo ANDREW MASON from AND I THOUGHT I WAS DREAMING was a finalist in the 2018 Head On Photo Festival portrait category.