Meaghan Ogilvie is a photographer from Toronto. Her concepts are focused on our relationship to nature and where we find ourselves within that relationship during a period of rapid ecological change.

Recognized for her ethereal underwater images, Meaghan Ogilvie is the recipient of awards and recognitions from across North America and internationally as a shortlisted photographer in the Sony World Photography Awards, being selected from 62,654 photographs entered from 170 countries worldwide (2013). Most recently, Ogilvie was awarded first place in the creative category at the Cairns Underwater Film Festival Photography Competition in Australia. The event raised over $20,000 that went towards ocean conservation efforts. Her award included a diving trip to Palau sponsored by Sam’s Tours, a PADI Five Star National Geographic location.

After earning her diploma in photography at Sheridan College (2003), Ogilvie interned at Toronto Life Magazine, worked as a Photo Editor for Wire and Getty Images at both the Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals and managed a commercial photography studio in Toronto. Ogilvie continued her studies after she was selected for an art residency with the School of Visual Arts in New York City for the Still and Moving Imaging Program (2011). Her upcoming exhibition REQUIEM OF WATER for PANAMANIA, presented by CIBC is her first solo exhibition and will have its world premiere in the Allen Lambert Galleria in Brookfield Place July 13 to August 14, 2015.