Megan fell into lighting by way of interior space design, and has never looked back. Her experience in that field has imbedded in her the belief that being a good designer starts with being inquisitive, and understanding how people will live, work and play in the space that is being designed. Light is a medium that can transform an architectural space into something truly spectacular, and she thrives on the process seeing a concept transform from a napkin sketch to a built environment. For Megan, the best part of design is the collaborative process that brings together a range of personalities and perspectives to create something new and exciting. Outside of the studio, Megan teaches in the MFA Lighting program at Parsons the New School for Design. She adores the creative energy of the city… and her perfect day would include exploring a new exhibit at MoMA, people-watching on a bench in Central Park, window shopping on Fifth Avenue and then splurging on a fantastic meal.