Behind the Lens

Hey There!  I’m Savannah

I Believe –

•IN WANDERLUST •
Going where the Universe takes you.  The desire to visit anywhere and everywhere drives me.

•IN JUMPING•
Rational thought is often overrated.  Sometimes the rocks aren’t as sharp as they seem

•THAT WINE HEALS ALL•
Grapes are best off the vine and in my glass.  And in my secondary glass as well.

•THAT SMART IS THE NEW SEXY•
It’s the sexiest thing to put on in the morning.

•IN 60’s ROCK N’ ROLL•
Who needs Kanye when you have Paul and John?

•IN CONTINUALLY ADVENTURING•
I love adventuring, and am so excited to begin sharing this love with my son.

•IN DANCING UNTIL YOUR SHOES FALL OFF•
You can find me boogie’n down on the dance floors, swinging both cameras around.

•THAT I’M A DADDY’S GIRL•
I’m not crying at your father/daughter dance… There must be something in my eye.

•THAT PB&J TASTES AMAZING ON THE TOP OF A MOUNTAIN•
There’s nothing quite like hitting your destination/summit and enjoying the s**t out of a peanut butter and jelly.

•THAT GIVING TIME IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN GIVING A GIFT•

 

CHECK OUT MY RECENT PERSONAL ADVENTURES

I like to adventure for photographs, but also sans a "big girl" camera and trek it for the enjoyment of being in the mountains.  Check out my recent personal adventures if you want a peek into what I do on my days off!

A Little History

I'm a Colorado Native - as is my husband.  We grew up less than a mile apart, going to all the same schools (albeit quite a few years apart).  Colorado holds a special spot in my heart.  

My Uncle Al, who was a very large person in my life, traveled the world and took pictures.  When I was in middle school, he gave me my first Canon 1D Film camera.  That was the beginning of my love for photography.  I took formal classes all throughout highschool, and decided I wanted to further my Fine Art Photography education at Metropolotian State University of Denver.  I graduated in 2011 with my degree in Fine Art Photography, having already begun photographing couples and weddings that same year.  In March 2015, Uncle Al left this earth in search of new adventures up above.  I can not imagine a better way for me to attempt to honor his legacy than continuing to photographing while travel across our great earth.

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