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Megan Brief

Laura Kiniry

Megan Brief is a multimedia storyteller and science communicator. She holds a Master of Arts in Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies from the Rhode Island School of Design, where her research on the illegal wildlife trade was exhibited globally.

 

Megan’s passion for ecotourism began while on Natural Habitat’s first ever adventure—observing harp seal pups in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. She witnessed the consequences of climate change on seal populations and learned about other anthropogenic threats, such as fur hunting. The expedition inspired her to become a lifelong advocate for the protection of endangered species. 

Through photojournalism, Megan explores intersectional solutions to combat social and environmental injustices. Her visual narratives depict human-wildlife conflict and coexistence, and inform science research and legislation in the most vulnerable communities.

 

Megan’s explorations have taken her to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, across African savannas to track pangolins, beneath rainforest canopies of Southeast Asia, and through the dancing grasses of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to document Indigenous-led conservation efforts.

 

Behind her wildlife lens, Megan can be spotted hiking with her rescue greyhound, learning about obscure animal facts, and searching for whale sharks on her upcoming adventure to the Galapagos Islands!

 

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