Savannah Gonzalez began her practice as an artist and photographer as a teen. She landed her first group exhibition at the Westport, CT Museum of Contemporary Art at 18 years old where she also sold her first photograph. Beforehand, Gonzalez had attended The Cooper Union’s Summer Art Intensive for highschoolers and spent a summer in New York City. She traveled to India for a month with Global Leadership Adventures and attended their Photojournalism and volunteer program. Two weeks after her return from Asia she went to the Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University to learn more about photojournalism. In 2019 she was accepted into Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. While at NYU she produced multiple documentary projects and continued to travel the world. In May of 2023 she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Imaging. During her first summer as a graduate she worked with iconic photographer Sylvia Plachy and interned for legendary art director and book-designer Ruth Ansel. Savannah Gonzalez currently lives in Manhattan and works as a freelance photographer.