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Savannah Faith Jackson


Savannah Faith Jackson is a New York based photographer and cinematographer  who uses their portraiture to honor various histories as well as her subjects.  Taking inspiration from artists such as Deana Lawson, Emma Amos, and Zora Neale Hurston, Jackson creates work that is intimate while remaining powerful in the way her sitters assert themself in the studio space.  Jackson values the relationship between artist and subject and creates a studio that is a safe space within a world that is often unsafe for many of her models.  Her work is often a stylized reflection on personal and communal experiences and sentiments.