Megan Sullivan

Megan Sullivan

Graphic Design Intern

Nickname: Pickle (but I don't like pickles so it's not a very nice nickname!)

Why did you join the BLM crew? What drew you to the business?

I was looking for an opportunity to gain experience with a creative team and learn the marketing side of design.

What is your favorite part of coming to BLM everyday?

The people and the dogs!

What do you most enjoy about being on the BLM team?

Getting to learn from the team and hang out with their dogs.

Who would you cast to play you in a movie about your life? What genre would it be?

I'd love to be funnier than I really am so I'd pick a comedy and would love to be played by Chelsea Peretti.

If you could have any superpower, what would it be? Why?

I would love to fly! My dad learned to fly at 16 so I've had the opportunity to see my hometown from above and I would love to avoid the cars and traffic.

What word would you add to the dictionary? What does it mean?

I would add "ugh" but it looks like that one has already been added.

What was your favorite cartoon growing up?

I grew up in a rural area and didn't have cable so I didn't actually watch a lot of cartoons...I do remember watching the Rugrats with my friends though!

How do they get the deer to cross at that yellow road sign?

Make one of those wildlife bridges to cross the road at the sign!

What did you want to be when you grew up?

When I was really young I wanted to be a school bus driver or cashier at JC Penney 😂 When I was in middle school I wanted to be a wedding dress designer and took sewing classes but I realized I didn't have the patience for it.

Where can we find you when you aren’t at BLM?

You can find me going to estate sales and in the summer I'm hanging outside with friends or gardening at our house.

You're stuck in the woods for three days, do you survive?

I attended a wilderness survival skills camp one summer when I was young so hopefully a little of that knowledge would come back - we learned how to make a fire without matches or flint!

If you weren’t working for BLM, what would you be doing?

Painting murals, refinishing furniture and reselling vintage finds from garage/estate sales.