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(B. 1975, Los Angeles) Savannah Spirit is a fine-art photographer, activist and curator based in New York City and Los Angeles. Since 2014, Savannah has been working on I Am My Own Muse, a self-portrait project addressing body positivity and censorship. Savannah has been interviewed about censorship of the art nude in social media on NBC News, Artsy, ArtNet, Esquire and the National Coalition Against Censorship's Arts Advocacy podcast. Savannah's images have been published in AINT-BAD, Artsy, The Abolitionist, The Nation, LA Weekly, Forbes, Best American Poetry, Bomb, Vice, W, Shindig!, Dazed, Bullett, Billboard, THE Magazine, Huffington Post, New York Magazine. Savannah has lectured about her work at various Apple stores in New York City. Savannah’s work is in private collections in Rome, Sao Paolo, London, Miami, New York and Los Angeles including a permanent piece in Tom Ford's Houston flagship store.