Megan Diddie is a visual artist creating narrative imagery about the human body and ecology. In her practice, drawing is often used as a starting point to make observations and unveil inner thoughts. She elaborates on ideas through mixed media on paper, film, animation, artist books and zines. Her practice contributes to conceptual and technical threads found in contemporary drawing and intermedia art. Anxiety, human physiology, plants, systems, local history, and digestion are some more specific themes that cycle through her work. She aims to capture the idea that in hope there is both complexity and darkness; which for her inspires a more nuanced and honest examination of the human world.