Department of Interior Architecture and Design
Meghan has a background in various areas of art and design, including art history, studio art, graphic design, environmental graphics, exhibit design and landscape architecture. She grew up in Tallahassee, attending Leon High School and then left to attend college in Nashville, Tennessee. Her schooling took her to Perth, Western Australia where she fell deeper in love with the outdoors. After five years working in advertising following college, she returned to school at North Carolina State University’s College of Design and received a Masters in Landscape Architecture (MLA) in 2006. Upon her return to Tallahassee, she worked for a local firm and in 2009, Meghan founded From the Ground Up, specializing in the design and planning of outdoor environments for children. She now works for Wood+Partners, Inc. in Tallahassee and enjoys teaching in the Interior Design Department and the Department of Urban Planning at Florida State. In her spare time, you may find her running or hanging with her family, including two sons and a daughter.
Bachelors degree in Fine Arts, Vanderbilt University
Masters degree in Landscape Architecture, College of Design at NCSU
Design Fundamentals 1, Graphic Communications
Green schoolyards; Environmental graphics; Natural playgrounds; Land art; Interactive public art