Meghann Gilligan’s artistic practice spans photography, printmaking and sculpture with a focus on cross-pollination across mediums and an experimental approach to materials and process. Meghann received her BA in Philosophy and Sociology from Boston College and her MFA in Applied Craft + Design from PNCA and Oregon College of Art and Craft. Meghann’s projects include the Tin Gypsy Project, an initiative that began in 2011 with the conversion of a vintage travel trailer into a mobile wet-plate collodion tintype darkroom. Meghann traveled throughout the Pacific Northwest with the Tin Gypsy darkroom, bringing historic photographic processes to life through public demonstrations, as well as making hundreds of tintype plates of the people and places she discovered along the way. Meghann’s work has been featured in publications including Ph, Diffusion and SHOTS magazines and has been shown in galleries including Newspace, Pony Club, and Washington State University.