Maegan Hill-Carroll is an artist living and working in Vancouver, Canada. She holds an MFA from the University of California Los Angeles and a BFA from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, where she grew up building houses. Hill-Carroll’s work explores tensions between landscape and experience, the metaphysical and displaced narrative through sequencing, traces and the materiality of the image. She is interested in the boundaries of photographic practice exploring techniques from scanning to sculptural studio stagings. She was the 2010 Barbara Spohr Memorial Award winner. Her work has been exhibited in Los Angeles and across Canada and appeared in the latest issue of the photographic publication Capricious. Her writing has been published in the contemporary art magazine Fillip.