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Savannah Hall


Savannah Hall, Freelance Illustrator

My name is Savannah Hall. I started as an artist in high school, around the same time I was diagnosed as autistic. In 2018, I received both my high school diploma and my Associate's in Fine Arts degree. I continued to University of North Carolina at Asheville, and, in late 2020, I graduated with my degree in New Media.

I still live in the mountains of North Carolina. My illustrations are usually created with the intention to help tell a larger narrative. Combining my knowledge of traditional and digital techniques, I can create the artwork necessary to tell stories the way they are meant to be told.



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