About Megan

I spent my childhood with many different wonderful creatures of all shapes and sizes. I liked to think of my bedroom as a ‘mini zoo.’ I had tanks with tortoises, stick insects, snakes, pray mantis’s, and even a tarantula. There where rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, dogs and occasionally the odd owl recovering from a broken wing living in the downstairs bathroom.

I was born on the 8th February 1995 in Southampton, England. I have always been encouraged by my parents to explore this curiosity for life and they have always been hugely supportive. Although maybe not when the tarantula was about!
Chris Packham, my step-father, has been a huge inspiration to me and has taught me almost everything I know about the natural world.

I have been fortunate enough to have travelled around the world to see some beautiful places. These pictures for me are memories that I have managed to capture in a single shot. I have taken photos since the age of 6 when I borrowed a camera to get some holiday ‘snapshots.’ From this day on photography developed from an interest to a passion. Combined with my love of nature and wildlife, I was able to explore the environment through taking images which reflect what I was seeing and feeling.

I am currently studying Biological Science/Zoology at the University of Liverpool. I am learning more and more everyday.
I have worked at the Isle of Wight Zoo for some years now, and have volunteered at Bimini Biological Field Station and Animals Asia.

This website is a showcase of my work so far and I hope you enjoy it!