Illustrator, Author, Designer
Megan Cash is an illustrator, author and designer who specializes in child-oriented projects. Her work spans the worlds of print (books and magazines), products (toys and games), exhibit design (museums and stores) and entertainment (on-air and online.)
She has created numerous books including Bow-Wow Bugs a Bug (with Mark Newgarden, Harcourt Books), which won a Gold Medal in the Society of Illustrators Original Art Show, was exhibited at the Picasso Museum in Lucerne, as well as other honors. Her 2003 picture book, What Makes the Seasons? (Viking), is a perennial staple of elementary school curriculums and was the basis of an exhibit at the Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum. Ms. Cash is a former contributing editor to Nick Jr. Magazine.
Megan can periodically be found lecturing on a variety of subjects including the history of crayon packaging and growing up on a commune. She also teaches at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.
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