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Savannah Kate Photography is a Fine-Art Photographer specializing in custom, editorial fairytale sessions for Weddings/Engagement, Children, Commercial/Fashion, Senior, and General Portraiture.
Available for travel worldwide // Monroe, Louisiana based // Relocating to New England/ Rhode Island area soon! Accepting session inquiries now!
Whether you are an interested client or an aspiring photographer, you are welcome to escape into Savannah Kate Photography’s Wonderland via her website, www.savannahkatephotography.com. A booking link provides booking details and her available dates. Meanwhile, photographers can take advantage of her online mentoring sessions and/or purchasing dress or digital backdrop overlays. Feel free to message or email!
“To the girl
Who reads by flashlight,
Who sees dragons in the clouds,
Who feels most alive in worlds that never were,
Who knows magic is real,
This is for you.”
About Savannah Kate Bridges:
"My name is Savannah Kate Bridges and I was born in Rayville, Louisiana.
I was also born with a passion and admiration for creativity.
I have always used photography as a way to document how I see the world. I have used it as an escape sometimes, from reality. I believe that in going through the process of imagining a concept and bringing it to life, I collect pieces of myself, and awaken aspects that are buried deep down inside of me. I am highly influenced by fairytales such as Alice in Wonderland, The Wizard of Oz, The Lady of Shallot- anything that is ethereal, whimsical, and promotes dreaming as a form of distorted reality. I use photography as a door, or a Rabbit Hole, to allow me passageway to a completely unmapped world and to design my dreams and my future. This was the basis is creating my photographic style. Though I have opened up to the "professional portrait" side of photography I still try to instill a bit of whimsy and romanticism."