I’m a spunky, laid back and old soul photographer who’s here to make you feel badass as hell in front of the camera. I’m a lover of all things 70’s but was born in the 90’s. I’ll also be your sidekick and busting a move on the big day. I'm not your basic average girl but I am here to save the world from having bad photo experiences. It is my job to teach you the art of not giving a fuck while having fun in the process.
RAISING 4 DOGS
MY SECOND JOB
MY MOMS old PHOTO ALBUMS
MY GRANDPARENTS LOVE STORY
JOINING IN DANCE CIRCLES AT WEDDINGS
WATCHING REAL HOUSEWIVES
DRINKING MARGARITAS WITH MY COUPLES
VINTAGE, NOSTALGIC, WARM
MY PHOTO STYLE
PALM SPRINGS, CA
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In January of 2022, I lost my mom to Stage 4 Gastrointestinal Cancer. I have been devastated, lost and confused without her. I inherited all of her photo albums and after going through endless photos, I realized that the person I've been mirroring my whole life is my mom. She is the person who first put a camera in my hands and said "Just have fun". I was raised looking at photo albums, having disposable cameras and getting excited about my developed photos from Walgreens. I was raised around a family that wanted to stop time and live in the moment - I’m continuing that tradition.
When Gage was offered a job in Cincinnati, we decided that it was time for a fresh start. We packed up our home in Illinois, our two pups at the time (we now have 4) and hit the road. I started photography full time and could not believe all of the badass people I was meeting in this new chapter of life. Cincinnati changed our entire outlook on life and we have met the most incredible friends. This is truly our home.
In high school, I found myself in a relationship that I thought that was love but that wasn't the case. I became a victim of domestic abuse and got married at the age of 19. I am incredibly lucky to have gotten away when I did and divorced him in 2017.
In 2018, my lover boy, Gage ended up coming into my life (again). We had been lovers back in 2014 but it wasn't the right time. We found each other again and fell in love. He’s taught me how to be myself and to not give a shit what other people think. He keeps me grounded when my emotions get in the way and never judges my madness. When I met him, I finally understood what true love feels like and I broke my generational curse of abuse.
This journey started in my high school photography class after my teacher made an assignment for "nontraditional photography." She explained to us that our photos had to be something that was beautiful to us but may not be beautiful to others. I knew EXACTLY where to go. I explored through an abandoned insane asylum and my spark for photos came back alive. You see, I had always had a love for photos and most times you would find me with a camera in my hand but when I lost my Grandpa to cancer at the age of 12, I never thought that love would come back. After my photo assignment, I decided to create a website and make Savannah Linn Photography during my junior year of high school. It has blossomed for 8 years now.