Hello there! I am Meg, a restless Ohio native who loves Van Morrison, avocados and golden doodles. I am a proud recent graduate of Ohio University’s School of Visual Communication.

From national elections to cheese festivals, I have covered a variety of assignments around the country. I have spent time interning at The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Post-Crescent in Appleton, Wisconsin and National Public Radio in Washington, D.C. I have also worked in Thailand and India as a photographer and guide for Rustic Pathways, an international education and adventure travel company for high school students. All of these experiences have taught me how much our world revolves around pictures and stories. I relish seeing the power of a photograph and the difference it can make in the world.

I am motivated by people, drawn to light and seek genuine moments. I am currently working as a visual journalist for The Cincinnati Enquirer in Ohio.

Contact Me: megvogelphoto@gmail.com

These photographs are not useable for publication without explicit permission by photographer.  All images © Meg Vogel, NPR, Rustic Pathways, The Cincinnati Enquirer or Gannett Wisconsin Media.



7 thoughts on “About

  1. Meg, wow what a beautiful blog you’ve created. I cried all the way through the blog about Clarence Taylor. I look forward to reading your blog more. You can see my blog if you want to at http://www.writingjen.com. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing gifts with all of us! God bless!

  2. Hello,
    You have a talent you may not know you have. You catch very interesting expressions on people’s faces. Is that intentional? Do you select the photos at the end of the shoot for that reason?
    I have subscribed to your blpg.
    Mine is http://www.theothersideofthecoconut@wordpress.com
    It is mainly a weird travel blog, but maybe one out of 100 photos I post is pretty decent. Mostly I like to write and I try to be irreverent. I hope you check it out
    Best of luck with your career, although in your case talent will carry you!

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