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In her 14 years at b+r, Megan has provided creative direction, narrative strategy and directed multimedia production for installations utilizing both traditional and unexpected formats.
Her work spans projects as diverse as museum installations, live event projection mapping, theater, and visitor centers. Her work celebrates the creative process and the distinctive narratives each project presents.
Megan’s projects include: the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City, the award winning National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia, the musical ¡HAVANA! featuring artwork and costumes by Ruben and Isabel Toledo, projection mapping for Madison Square Garden’s New York Rangers and Knicks, FDNY Fire Zone, The Library of Congress Orientation Theater, The Nature Research Center at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Audible’s Innovation Cathedral, the Walt Disney Family Museum, and projects for the New-York Historical Society.
Celebrating JFK’s Legacy Through Digital Media
The newly opened, Art & Ideals: President John F. Kennedy is a striking exhibition that embraces JFK’s dedication to the arts and celebrates this creative ethos throughout its physical design, storytelling narrative, and abundant use of multimedia. Join Pentagram’s Abbott Miller (Exhibition and Experience Design), Richard The of The Green Eyl (Interactive Media) and Megan Gargagliano of batwin + robin productions (Media Design) as they discuss their work for the Kennedy Center.