2010 - present
Meg has been an actor, dancer and model since the age of four. Her recent roles include Mecca in the Pilot "M.E.C.C.A.", Brenda in the short "Gaybe" and Caitlin Montag on The Blacklist. On stage, Meg was a part of The Laramie Project with the Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis and long form improv with The Eagles Tonight in Hollywood. Other performances include various commercials and web series including soon to be realeased "Not Normal". She currently hosts Storytelling Circles in and around Indianapolis in hopes of bringing community together through sharing stories and inspiring women to find beauty through bravery.
Meg has trained with vocal coach Lauren Lovett, improv artist Peter Fluet and went to the Maggie Flanigan Meisner Conservatory in New York City, studying under Charlie Sandlin.
Her modeling credits includes Salt Life Magazine, Floto Italian and Discover D.C.
In 2013 she collaborated with photographer Kevin O'Mooney to create Heartsong, in which she choreographed and performed for festival in Burgundy, France.
After graduating from Idyllwild Arts Academy, Meg danced professionally with Chicago's Kortzakowsky Contemporary Dance and trained with the Ailey School in New York City.
In her free time, Meg is a coffee roaster, filmmaker, and loves to explore Indy Parks with her dog, Milton.
2010 - present
"After learning to surf the cold waters of Long Island in 2007, I became enchanted by the water."
In 2013, Meg joined Imagine Swimming in New York City as a swim instructor to ages ranging from 4 months to 13 years.
Her approach to teaching is based on the client's individual learning style, through improvisation and imagination.
"My top priority for your child is to gain their trust, instill a healthy knowledge of water safety and encourage a love and curiosity of the water!"
I teach private, group and event classes. Rates vary by group size, location and needs of the client.
Please email me under the "contact" section of this site for more information. I look forward to connecting with you, Namaste!