Megan Alldis is a videographer and cinematographer in documentary and documentary-style commercial projects. She employs creative nonfiction methods—film, photography, collage animation, and audio field recordings—to create inspiring stories that celebrate humanity’s diversity and surprising interconnectedness. She began her career in documentary filmmaking when studying Cinema Production and International Relations at San Francisco State University. During her studies, she spent a year immersed in a Maasai homestead on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, working with the local community to document endemic gender disparity. Eventually returning to the Bay Area after working in Mexico City, she now works as an independent filmmaker full-time.