“These photographs apply modern ideas of feminism while exploring it in the context of social media where her work is often flagged for nudity and deemed “unsafe.” By reducing the body to graphic forms of black and white stripes, the shadows morph the body into shapes. Using her iphone as her shutter release, Savannah becomes her own muse, redefining what it means to be a woman in a #metoo society. This self-portrait series is about power and owning your body; Not asking for permission and not holding back. The heart of Savannah’s work is about defining oneself and the importance of freedom of expression.” -AINT BAD Independent Publisher of New Photographic Art