A native of Los Angeles, Felicia Megginson received a B.A from the University of Virginia in 1986, and her M.A from New York University in 1996. Her work is about examining the idea of place as a metaphor, and looks to how we connect with the world around us as well as how we are connected to ancestors and their surrounding environments.
Megginson has been included in a number of group exhibitions, including Saturday Night, Sunday Morning at the Leica Gallery (NYC), Wave Hill House Gallery (Bronx, NY), Notes on Moving Images at the Knitting Factory Video Lounge (NYC), Significant Other at the Longwood Arts Project at the Longwood Art Gallery (Bronx, NY), Some Girls at GenArt (NYC), Only Child (Wanna Come Out and Play?) at the Rotunda Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Artist in the Marketplace Exhibition at the Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx, NY), and Memories in Medium at the Resenberg Gallery (NYC).
She has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including a Nadine Blacklock Nature Photography Fellowship in 2003 (Moose Lake Township, MN), an artist in resident at CPW in 2001, and New Works in Photography Award at En Foco Inc. (Bronx, NY) in 2002. She has been published in Nueva Luz Photographic Journal (En Foco Inc.), Photography Quarterly (Center for Photography at Woodstock), here is new york: a democracy of photography (Scalo Publishers), and has been included in the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s Permanent Print Collection at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz.
Megginson currently resides in Brooklyn , NY .