Megan Le is a photographer and graphic designer based in the Midwest. She pursued a Bachelor of Arts degree, double majoring in graphic design and photography with a minor in social media marketing, from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. She graduated summa cum laude in May 2020 and is looking to pursue a career in the marketing field at a company or agency.

Le’s photographic works examine human impact on the environment. Her images capture consumption and various landscapes affected by humans. In her recent work, “The Environment We Built,” Le examines the destruction and disturbance of nature by human development. She received the 2017 Outstanding Student in Photography award from the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts and currently has work displayed in Separate/Together: A Collective Student Exhibition at the Southeast Museum of Photography. She was also one of nine artists featured in Bradley’s 2020 Undergrad Exhibition Year in (Re)View and has had work displayed in the Juried Student Members Exhibition and Volunteers Exhibition at the 2017 Midwest Society for Photographic Education Conference.

Photographed by Derek Oddo