Megan Elizabet was born in 1990 in Woodland Hills, California. Her father is a prop fabricator for motion pictures and taught her how to mold, paint, and do electrical at an early age. She spent her summers in a work shop building movie props such as Men In Black, Armageddon, and Wild Wild West.
At 23 she moved out to Atlanta where she worked as a crew member on movies like Goosebumps, Fast and Furious 8, and Keeping Up with the Joneses. While making a living on larger shows she continued to pursue her directing career in music videos and short films. Her short “Tigan and Moggs” was accepted into the 2015 “The Female Eye” festival in Toronto, where it received a lot of attention. The creative visual arts is her passion that keeps her as one of the most creative female directors currently. She explores every aspect of every project and brings the right people to the creative table to execute her vision flawlessly. Her team consist of many VMA nominees and Award Winners.
When she’s not working and filming she enjoys traveling and painting.