Megan Bongiovanni received a B.F.A. in fine art from Parsons School of Design with a focus on painting. She also studied painting and art history at the Pont-Aven School of Art, Brittany, France. For over a decade, she held the position of studio manager at Chelsea Restoration Associates, where she helped examine a wide variety of historic and contemporary paintings and assisted with conservation treatments. She has also held roles at the New York Public Library as an assistant registrar of exhibitions and as a photographer for the Digital Library website. A painter and printmaker, Megan has regularly exhibited her work, including in Hawthorne Fine Art's 2015 exhibition Electrical in Movement: American Women Artists at Work (1825-2015). Megan has a special interest in landscape painters and 19th and 20th century women artists.