After studying for a M.A. in Cities & Cultures while living in London's East End, Meghan found two things to be true:  

1. Public art is an act of transformative intervention and... 

2. Art does not have to be synonymous with gentrification. 

As an urban geographer, Meghan has a passion for finding and studying sustainable, even urban development. She believes that public art should be a reflection of the community and used as a tool to create accessible spaces. WIth a love for people, storytelling and creative placemaking, she marries her interests by dreaming up ways Blank Space can engage more directly with the community.  As co-founder and Executive Director, Meghan manages all communications/PR, and assists with project consultations for the organization.