Its very nice to meet you! My name is Savannah and I am an adventure photographer, filmmaker, writer and 35mm film hoarder.
I started making films at age 15 when I wrote an 18 page script on a sequel to James Cameron's Titanic that I filmed with my best friend in our backyard. Ever since then I have become married to my cameras and decided that going to college for film was the only place for me. During my four years at Pace University I put my time in with films like Still Alice, The Amazing Spiderman, The Seagull,Annie, and Birdman.
Growing from intern to project based employee I did not let the schedule of school stop me from building the early blocks of my career in entertainment. I continued to gain skills and experience in a range of digital content creation, online branding and marketing.
My early start in the production world allowed me to work in a wide variety of positions on an amazingly vast range of projects including shows like Marvel's IronFist, Marvel's The Defenders, and companies like Refinery 29, and MTV.
All while working in film and enjoying the joys of craft services, I never stopped photographing and capturing my world. Who do you think operated that sick DV camcorder to film Titanic 2 huh? I haven't stopped carrying a camera around since and my portfolio only continues to grow. I find passion in new and old mediums and hope to never stop expanding my eye for surfing, rock climbing, traveling, adventure, and life itself.
As of August 2018 I signed on to solo the lead photography for Discover Outdoors a sick outdoor guide company. Over the course for 40 days I travelled to 7 different states along the Pacific Northwest and photographed what is their newest and largest launch digital and printed campaign to date. I am incredibly proud of my work capturing their new guiding itineraries and the amazing people I was able to work alongside to make this happen. The portfolio of this work is currently curated under the campaign section of my site.
I look forward to continuing photographing and filming the many waves, surfers, climbers, and adventures to come into my lens both in water and on land. Yew!
Some of the brands I’ve worked with:
I believed the Flatiron district was pronounced "Flat tron" for two years after moving to New York
I was trampled by a horse at 14 and survived (obviously..)
I hold a brown belt in martial arts
I prefer 35mm film to digital any day
I can speak (some) Croatian