Meg Wachter currently resides in Los Angeles, California with her heart in New York City. Her work exudes the vibrant energy of life well-captured. Her acute eye for detail and light has been developed over decades of honing her craft as a photographer and also working professionally as a retoucher.

Meg is co-creator and editor-in-chief of  Got a Girl Crush, an annual print magazine about women, by women, for everyone. She takes her visual and editing talents to create a magazine that disrupts the broken narrative of most women's publications. Got a Girl Crush tells stories of all ages, races, and backgrounds of women all over the world.


2005 - BS in Visual Communications for Commercial Photography, with a minor in Women’s Studies from Ohio University 



Bloodshot Records, BUST Magazine, Cosmopolitan Germany, Drambuie, Gothamist, HBO Max, Hendricks Gin, La Motocyclette Magazine, Ladygunn Magazine, Machines For Freedom, MATH Magazine, Sundance Institute, T-mobile, Tom Tom Magazine, Willie Mae Rock Camp, Venus Zine


2021 - American Photography 37 CHOSEN Winner
2020 - Towards a New Horizon, Southerly Gold, New Orleans, LA
2015 - Forever Coney exhibit, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
2015 - Featureshoot "Flora + Fauna", Photoville, Brooklyn, NY
2013 - Elemental (group show), New Orleans, LA
2013 - Group Show: Magical Icelandic Landscapes
2013 - Nature Is Ancient (solo show), The Yard, Brooklyn, NY
2010 - Guest speaker at Sarah Lawrence College (Joel Sternfeld-lead seminar)
2009 - Occipital Lobe (solo show), L'asso, New York, NY
2008 - Various Photographs, New York Photo Festival, Brooklyn, NY
2008 - Humble Arts Group Show #11
2008 - The L Magazine Photo Annual, Brooklyn, NY
2007 - Tiny Vices Various 15 & Various 18
2006 - Hey Hot Shot! Finalist


The Atlantic
Huffington Post
Machines For Freedom Lookbook 
Serial Optimist
Shape and Colour