Ever since she could hold a pencil Meg Wittwer has pursued a life of art. Growing up she was surrounded and inspired by those around her, ranging from her grandfather who worked as a woodcarver to the wide and wonderful world of artists online. Beginning formal art training in the third grade she spent ten years studying under Ales Pancner, a Czech fine artist. She also pursued her second love by studying the musical arts with violin from the time she was three till present day. There she learned about traditional media. She then studied painting for a summer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After high school she attended the Savannah College of Art and Design for four years studying Illustration. She went to Lacoste, France to study for a semester and participated in an Open Studio showing while there. Lacoste gave her new insights on the world and cultures she had never touched before. While she continues to love working traditionally, her professional work is all done digitally. She believes that her work is a way for her to communicate. Not only is it a way for her to communicate with others, but also a circuit to let others communicate to the world.