The awakening of adolescence has been a recurring theme that has always fascinated a great many visual artists; conflicts of identity, physical metamorphosis, psychological instability (more…)
Megan Jelinger is an American documentary photographer from Lima, Ohio. As a self and mentor taught photographer, she quickly found her passion for visual storytelling around 2015 by documenting social issues in Middle America and American politics. She later spent time in The Occupied West Bank furthering her career internationally by documenting conflict, breaking news, and in depth stories. Her work has been published by Wall Street Journal, featured in the #GirlGaze “A Frame Of Mind” gallery, along with #GirlGaze book “How Girls See The World.” Currently, Megan resides in the United States continuing to document in depth stories for various outlets and photographing breaking news for wire services like Sipa USA and SOPA images.