Meg Haywood Sullivan
Meg Haywood Sullivan is a 3rd generation photographer and an environmental brand consultant who splits her time between shooting campaigns and advocating environmental issues through editorial, digital & social platforms. Meg has worked 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 participates in climate change panel discussions at events throughout the country. 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.