Savannah Jacobson is a photographer based out of the pacific northwest of the united states. She received her first camera at the age of seven and fell in love with street photography when she started flying around the country to visit relatives at the age of eight. She has been backpacking with her camera ever since. Recently she added a rescue chihuahua named Garth as her traveling companion. With lived experience of housing instability, Savannah often explores themes of homelessness within her work. Savannah has been published in a small number of New England publications and has work in private collections.