Meghan completed her PhD in the Division of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge where she examined the impact of lighting, environment and the senses on the ritual practices of the ancient Egyptians. She has trained as both an Egyptologist and an art historian and elements of both disciplines impact on her research. Meghan has lectured on archaeology and Egyptology throughout the UK and United States and has worked in Egypt for over a decade as a writer, photographer, and archaeologist. Her photographic work has been featured on National Geographic, NBC, CNN and LiveScience. Meghan currently serves as an Assistant Director at Nuri, Sudan, an expansive cemetery used by the rulers of the ancient kingdom of Kush.