Photo Credit : Rupert Reid
02 9427 4444
AUS : +61 413 368 341
US : +1 323 903 1799
Meg is a cinematographer working between film, television, commercials and documentary. She is currently based between Sydney and LA.
She recently shot the 2020 Rose D’or winning and AACTA nominated tv series First Day with director Julie Kalceff (ABC, BBC and Hulu) which has been recognised internationally for its portrayal of transgender student Hannah Bradford. She has also collaborated with director Rachel Perkins on the Arrernte Women’s Project as cinematographer / photographer. She has won two ACS silver awards for her work on the Marcia Hines music video Remedy which was directed by Russell Crowe and the ACCTA Nominated short film I Want to Make a Film About Women directed by Karen Pearlman. Meg recently shot 2nd unit photography for Royal Flying Doctors Series airing in 2021.
Meg holds a BA from UTS in Media Arts and Production. She has also received ACS Drew Llewelyn Camerimage Scholarship and is the inaugural recipient of the 2019 Screen Australian Onbass Fellowship and an AFI Fellow.
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 series was a finalist in the 2018 Head On Photo Festival portrait category.