Meg Griffiths was born in Indiana and raised in Texas. She received two B.A.’s from the University of Texas in Cultural Anthropology and English Literature and earned her Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design. She currently lives in Denton, Texas where she is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography in the Department of Visual Art at Texas Woman's University.
Meg’s photographic research currently deals with domestic, economic, historical and cultural relationships across the Southern United States and Cuba. Her work has been shown in multiple venues around country, including: Columbia Museum of Art, Center for Fine Art Photography, Museum of Living Artists in San Diego, Griffin Museum in Boston, Houston Center for Photography, Candela Gallery in Richmond, Virginia, and Rayko Gallery in San Francisco. She has also been published in Oxford American, Aint Bad Magazine, Boston Globe, Photo District News, South X Southeast Magazine, Lenscratch, Le Journal de la Photographie, and Fraction Magazine. Her work is a part of many private collections as well as the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Center for Fine Art Photography, and Middle Tennessee University.
She was honored as one of PDN 30’s : New and Emerging Photographers, named one of eight Emerging Photographers at Blue Spiral Gallery, Atlanta Celebrates Photography’s Ones to Watch, was recently awarded the Julia Margaret Cameron for Best Fine Art Series in 2017..
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