Savannah Spirit (b. Los Angeles) is a New York based photographer, artist and curator. Savannah’s work has been seen in selected publications such as Forbes, The Abolitionist, The Nation, LA Weekly, BOMB, Vice, W, Dazed, Billboard, and Huffington Post. Savannah has been photographing civil rights issues since 2012 starting with the Occupy Wall Street movement to BLM 2020. A selection of these works are in the collection at the Henry Ford Museum. Savannah’s private collectors reside in Rome, Sao Paolo, London, Miami, New York and Los Angeles. She also is in the permanent collection at Tom Ford's Houston flagship store. In her series “I Am My Own Muse” Savannah reclaims her body & power on social media through voyeurism and objectification by setting her own body politic. She subverts the power dynamics of photographer and subject. By minting her work on the blockchain as NFTs, she cements its existence in the metaverse. In her NFTs, Spirit breathes life into her self-portrait series, creating moving images that exist in the metaverse, on social media and in framed tangible video. New NFT drops coming in 2022. Since 2009, Savannah as curator has been helping emerging artists showcase their work in exhibitions in real life and online - from intimate art studio shows - to the independent gallery in New York City. Savannah is presently the co-founding curator of dontdelete.art, a website showcasing artists’ all over the world whose work has been banned or deleted on social media.