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 contributing to a Pulitzer Prize-winning piece with the New York Times, to photographing with the world’s leading snowboard brands, to documenting a feature with National Geographic Adventure following John Muir’s footsteps on the fastest retreating glacier in Yosemite.
In addition to shooting for environmentally-minded companies like KEEN, Patagonia, prAna, and Clif Bar, she also participates in leading climate change panel discussions. 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 through a powerful activist network, as well as an ambassador for Protect Our Winters, the premiere climate advocacy group for the winter sports community. Meg is also a Board member on the Mountains Restoration Trust.