© Alan WinslowMorrigan McCarthy

Morrigan is a writer and photographer interested in using whatever medium best suits the story. She has a serious case of wanderlust, but her heart is in New England wearing thick wool socks and sipping hot coffee in the foggy ocean air.

Morrigan was selected as the 2012 Maine Arts Commission Visual Arts Fellow and has won numerous awards for her photography. She studied poetry and dance at Connecticut College and documentary photography at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. She was selected to attend the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2007 where she won an award for outstanding work. Her photography has been featured in the New York Times, Time Out Magazine, PDN edu, and USA Today.

Restless Collective

Together Alan and Morrigan own Restless Collective, an umbrella company for their multimedia projects. They have spent the past six years designing and producing long-term photographic projects and have received numerous grants and sponsorships for their work. The resulting work has been shown in galleries and public spaces around the world, and has been showcased in international publications.