"While the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth." — From 'V for Vendetta'
Megan is an award-winning writer, an artist who works primarily in words and performance. As an editor she excels at helping writers find their unique voice and translate it into written form.
As a teenager, Megan worked for an independent, award-winning daily newspaper, where she was trained as a writer and photographer. She primarily covered local features, sports and business, and at the age of 18 wrote her first award-winning article. She continued to receive accolades from the Press Association until she left the newspaper to pursue theater and attend college.
For two years Megan lived on a bus and toured with three different shows throughout North American and Europe. She is still a working actor and recently completed filming "Just Like the Men," a feature set to release in 2019.
Megan earned her bachelor's degree in English from Boston University. Her favorite writers include Jorge Luis Borges, Oscar Wilde, Robert Browning and William Blake. She lives with her husband in Seattle, where they study German, plan their next adventure abroad and hunt for their new favorite brunch spot.