Morgan is a freelance photographer currently living in Denver, Colorado. Originally from Philadelphia, she lived and worked in New York and San Francisco for many years. Morgan often wishes she was photographing in Iceland where much of her personal work is based. When she's not doing that, she's busy desperately trying to catch up on her New Yorkers.
Places in and moments of transition are a motivating theme in her work. An ongoing series of portraits of children aim to capture the emotional and physical tensions in the passage from childhood to adulthood. Morgan's continuing work from Iceland metonymically and visually represents psychological states focusing on themes that resonate in all of us: the universal fear of isolation or change. She strives to create something unidentifiable but familiar to suggest that there is more substance to connect with beneath the surface of the photograph.
In recent years her editorial work's been featured in many US publications. Her fine art work's been included in a bunch of exhibitions including a solo show at the Gulf & Western Gallery, group exhibitions at the New York Photo Festival, the Invisible Dog Art Center, Winkleman Gallery, Milk Studio Gallery, the Lower East Side Girls Gallery and Texas Woman's University. Her work was selected for Daily Candy's "Women In Photography" as well as the feminist issue of Capricious Magazine.