Amelia.What Was Lost.© Savannah Jaye Thomas, October, 2012 
This quarter I’m working on a very different project. I’ve been photographing friends and loved ones and asking them about some of the darkest or seemingly most hopeless periods of their life. It started off as a way for me to process a lot of what I’ve personally been struggling with the past year and a half, but it’s slowly becoming an opportunity for me to conversations with people about their own struggles and realize how much we aren’t alone in our own fears.
AWESOME SIDE NOTE: IF YOU LIVE IN THE SAVANNAH, GA AREA I WILL BE PART OF A GROUP EXHIBITION FROM NOVEMBER 9TH TO NOVEMBER 15TH. CONTACT ME FOR MORE DETAILS!

Amelia.
What Was Lost.
© Savannah Jaye Thomas, October, 2012 

This quarter I’m working on a very different project. I’ve been photographing friends and loved ones and asking them about some of the darkest or seemingly most hopeless periods of their life. It started off as a way for me to process a lot of what I’ve personally been struggling with the past year and a half, but it’s slowly becoming an opportunity for me to conversations with people about their own struggles and realize how much we aren’t alone in our own fears.

AWESOME SIDE NOTE: IF YOU LIVE IN THE SAVANNAH, GA AREA I WILL BE PART OF A GROUP EXHIBITION FROM NOVEMBER 9TH TO NOVEMBER 15TH. CONTACT ME FOR MORE DETAILS!

anonymous 1anonymous.© Savannah Jaye Thomas, Fall 2011
This image is part of a series I did with the intention of questioning the photograph’s (and the subject’s) identity: how we judge it, how we identify it, and how we determine its significance. Ultimately I hope to challenge the ideas of aesthetic beauty that are often used to identify an artwork’s (or a person’s) value.

anonymous 1
anonymous.
© Savannah Jaye Thomas, Fall 2011

This image is part of a series I did with the intention of questioning the photograph’s (and the subject’s) identity: how we judge it, how we identify it, and how we determine its significance. Ultimately I hope to challenge the ideas of aesthetic beauty that are often used to identify an artwork’s (or a person’s) value.


Nik 2.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Nik 2.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.


Robert.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Robert.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.


Nik.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Nik.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.


Michael.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Michael.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.


Matt.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Matt.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.


joe.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

joe.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.


emily.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

emily.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Amy.the light within.©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012


This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.

Amy.
the light within.
©Savannah Jaye Thomas, July 2012

This image is from my final project for my studio lighting class. It was my first time working with double exposures so I was surprised by how some of the images turned out. However, I’m definitely still interested in the act of blending images both digitally and by hand, and I’m working on perfect some of these concepts and processes with a project that I’ve started working on this fall.