Meg Roussos (b. 1990 / raised in Southern Ohio) was introduced to photography through her homemade darkroom she assembled with her dad in the corner of his workshop during high school years. After earning a B.S. in Photojournalism from Ohio University, she completed the Triple Crown hiking over 8,000 miles.  Recent explorations reflect this cathartic journey which deepened her bond to the land. 

Roussos’ artistic practice is cultivated from personal experiences in the wilderness. Her art requires trekking in the landscape via carrying her camera, dragging a treadmill, or methodically walking a hillside. Roussos works across multiple disciplines to allow her ideas to take form in traditional imagery, photographic artist books, documentation of land art, or videos. Roussos holds an MFA from East Tennessee State University and resides in her tiny trailer, Dotty, on Bainbridge Island, WA.

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