Meg Kemp is an artist, musician, and technologist based in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a graduate of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During her time in Philadelphia, she acted as curatorial assitant at the Slought Foundation, a a non-profit organization on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania that engages publics in dialogue about cultural and socio-political change via contemporary art. During this time, she helped to organize shows for Vito Acconci, Werner Herzog, Fred Forest, and many others.
By day, Meg acts as digital marketing strategist and UX architect for an international NGO based in downtown Baltimore. By moonlight, and by the support of Baltimore's ever-expanding DIY art scene, she continues to paint, design and make music.