Meg Haywood Sullivan is a photographer & environmentalist who splits her time between shooting campaigns and pushing for environmental stories through editorial features & social platforms. Meg’s career has taken her from shooting a feature with National Geographic Adventure about the last remaining glacier in Yosemite to documenting the at-risk California National Monuments.
With her degree in environmental studies and nearly a decade's worth of experience as an outdoor photographer, Meg is constantly in the works with projects that use adventure and storytelling as a way to teach Gen Z to Gen X about the importance of our natural landscapes and global warming.
Meg is currently a leading ambassador for the Surfrider Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our oceans, as well as an ambassador for Protect Our Winters, the premiere climate advocacy group for the winter sports community. Meg is also on the board of the Mountains Restoration Trust and a proud member of the legendary Explorers Club.