Ghost was founded to connect our vast network of artists with clients looking for exceptional fine art photography. We specialize in creative thinking and elevating spaces.



Print sales   
We offer limited editioned prints from a core group of artists in a wide array of sizes, and maintain partnerships with several high quality framing vendors.  See our spring collection here.


Consulting
Ghost collaborates with interior designers who are looking for fine art photography. This can be a quick phone call for advice, or a fully produced brief with comprehensive curation and production options. Our expertise and enthusiasm runs deep.

We can provide images custom for your space based on size, color, or subject— send us a challenge!


Exhibition Production
We curate and produce shows. We love working with groups of artists around singular themes, or producing solo shows for comprehensive bodies of work.


Pop-Up, Out-of-the-Box Curation
We love to fill empty spaces with photography in the untraditional sense— pop-ups, real estate, flower shops, lobbies— surprising juxtapositions always arise.


Meagan Wood / founding director
Meagan is a seasoned photography producer and editor who has an eye for spaces and a joy for production.

She has worked for nearly 20 years in the photography industry as a photo editor, curator and agent. She was formerly Director of Production at VSCO, an art and technology company.

Prior to VSCO, Meagan worked as a photo editor at Bloomberg Businessweek and has worked as a freelance photo editor with TIME and People magazines.  In 2010, she co-founded F.L.O.A.T. Gallery, producing a series of pop-up shows around NYC. She has taught about professional practices in photography at Parsons School of Art.
Rachel Hulin / founding director
Rachel is a photographer and editor who works with visual narratives and is always looking for new ways to tell stories.

She spent several years in New York at the International Center of Photography before working as a photo editor at Nerve, The Daily Beast, and Rolling Stone. 

Her own photographs have been shown widely; she is represented by ClampArt Gallery. Rachel has lectured about her own work, professional practices, and  the role of social media in photography at ICP, SVA, Parsons, Brown University, RISD, and MIAD.

Hulin has published two books– Flying Henry, a children's book released by PowerHouse Books in 2013, and a novel called Hey Harry Hey Matilda, released by Doubleday in 2017.