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Meg Brown

Surrounded by the expansive orange beauty of the Grand Canyon, Meg took her first picture. At 11 years old and armed with a Fujifilm disposable camera, she was captivated by the process of recording a memory.

A few years later, she enrolled in a film course where she learned manual camera settings and how to hand develop her own film and prints. The control and creativity she gained encouraged her to master the technical side of photography.

At 18, Meg established MegaBug Photography, offering portrait and wedding photography services. She has recently expanded into commercial and product photography and opened her own studio, Serendipity Studios, in Littleton’s Tannery Marketplace with illustrator Patti King Slavtcheff.

Meg is currently reacquainting herself with her childhood love of landscape and nature photography, adding interest to the mundane and a different perspective on the ordinary.

When she’s not taking pictures, she can be found marketing small businesses of the North Country with her sister business, Nutmeg Media, or teaching classes at the Littleton Studio School and WREN.

Along with photography, Meg enjoys writing, outdoorsy things, traveling, and road trips in her green Volkswagen Beetle.

Meg lives in a cute yellow house named “Mellow Meadows” with her husband, Shelby Stevenson, their cats, Guinevere and Lancelot- and copious potted plants.


Recent Exhibits

"Small Works Show"
December 2017
Gallery at WREN, Bethlehem, NH

"William Bloomfield & Meg Brown"
October 2015
42 Maple, Bethlehem, NH 

"The Bees Knees"
May 2015
42 Maple, Bethlehem, NH

Student Exhibit
May 2014
Quimby Gallery, Lyndonville, Vermont
* Placed "Judge's Pick" *