former photographer class of 2016
Meg Cowan is a senior who was probably late to first period this morning because she could not convince herself to get out of bed on time, needing at least 8 hours of sleep to function happily and properly. If she’s not at school, counting change at ACE Hardware, or doing martial arts at her local dojo, then she’s probably under the hood of her blue ’94 Jeep Wrangler so she can drive to the next Governor’s School West ‘15 Reunion. If you ever need someone to hype up the aux cord, hand it to Meg. She’ll often pull up to the Kirby Senior Lot bumping some loud EDM music with her patriotic watch-wearing left arm hanging out the window. Meg takes any opportunity possible to put her American flag clothing collection on display. She can be spotted walking around campus swinging her American flag lanyard and wearing crazy-patterned leggings on her way to the photography or art room to work on her latest art pieces that are inspired by teenage angst, philosophy, and hot political news topics. At home, she snuggles with her dog-like cat, watches That 70’s Show on Netflix, reads poetry, and stay salty with olive-eating binges. When she grows up, she pictures herself being an executive at a Fortune 500 business, creating an installation for MOMA on the side, at some point sitting front row at Fashion Week, and spending several years abroad so she can photograph the world.