"I believe art has the power to communicate in ways that words alone cannot. To me, the combination of a visuals, meaning, and communication can create an ethereal experience for the viewer. I hope that my art can speak to a diverse audience about the mysteries of the universe and inspire change."
Meghan “Meg” LaHatte is currently a senior at Western Colorado University studying Communication Arts and Studio Art. She has received her BFA in Photography, while also improving her graphic design technical skillsets. Meg is also enrolled in the Honors Program at Western, in which she takes advanced classes and was a teaching assistant. Aside from schoolwork, Meg works for Wilderness Pursuits, a student-led outdoor education program as a climbing instructor. She is also a freelance photographer, and primarily shoots action sports and branding content for outdoor companies. Currently Meg is working as a sales associate at the contemporary Redline Gallery in Crested Butte, CO.
Focusing on action sports, Meg has worked with major companies like Momentum Ski Camps, The North Face, HydroFlask, Freeskier Magazine and other brands for social and editorial work. She has also shot big scale events such as the X Games and Dew Tour for Forecast Ski Magazine and Head Ski. She hopes that she can turn her photographic aspirations into a full time career.