MEG HAYWOOD SULLIVAN is a third generation photographer, artist, and an environmental brand strategist who splits her time between shooting campaigns and advocating environmental issues through editorial, digital & social platforms. Meg’s career has taken her around the world, from shooting a feature with National Geographic Adventure about the last remaining glacier in Yosemite to leading a tree-planting campaign with Timberland in the Dominican Republic.
In addition to creating current-content campaigns for sustainable brands like KEEN, Patagonia, prAna, and Clif Bar, she also participates in climate change panel discussions at events throughout the country. With her degree in Environmental Studies from Montana State University and nearly a decade's worth of experience as an outdoor photographer, Meg focuses on inspiring the public to care about the environment among all generations.
Meg is co-founder of Plastic Free Fridays and global ambassador for Conservation International, Surfrider Foundation, and Protect Our Winters as well as a Board member of the Mountains Restoration Trust & a member of the historic Explorers Club.