A realism painter born in Leicester in 1989, she studied at De Montfort university where she achieved a first class honours in her fine art degree and also gaining a masters the year after. Megan Appeared on Sky Art Portrait Artist of the Year in 2019. During her heat Megan painted Eddie Hall the worlds strongest man in which he chose to take her painting of him home. In 2021 Megan was selected to exhibit at the Royal society of Portrait painters Exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London. Megan paints in a realist style creating the illusion that the sitter is there in person. She not only tries to capture the likeness but also the personality and warmth of the sitters. Studying the colour wheel whilst doing her A-Levels has bettered her understanding of how colours work alongside each other, it has also helped her to gain the skills to mix paint from just the primary colours. Megan works in oils and finds that the long drying time of oils suits her well as she works full time as a art and design technician at Lutterworth High School and cannot get into the studio every day, therefore allowing her to still manipulate the applied paint days later.