After graduating from Bristol with a Graphic Design degree in 1998, paper quickly became the main focus of Meg's art. After coming across a book written by American paper flower artist Tiffany Turner she fell in love with it and devoured everything I could about the fine art of paper flower making. “I spent hours watching YouTube videos, bought more books, and scoured Instagram for images and tutorials, teaching myself as I went. Most importantly I learned from the flowers growing in my garden. I would choose a bloom, take it apart, and study every bit of the flower, making templates of all the different parts. I would then cut each piece from hand-dyed crepe papers and reconstruct it to make my own delicate paper version."