/dance

Savannah Harrison



Savannah grew up dancing in Arizona at Dance Connection Scottsdale. After graduating in 2013, she went on to be a principal dancer in Talia Favia's first production of The Difference Between Sinking and Drowning. The following year she performed Nothing Sticks under the artistic direction of Peter Chu and began studying concert dance at workshops including Body Traffic, and Movement Invention Project. Savannah moved to LA in 2015 and since has been in music videos for artists including but not limited to Tove Lo, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Meghan Trainer, Anne Marie, Daya, Sleigh Bells and KFLAY. Early 2018 she was a solo performer in a live television performance with Thirty Seconds to Mars. Later that year also began working as a model, most notably for Nina Mcneely at LAFW 2018 and under the direction of David LaChapelle for Kenzo's Spring 2019 collection. Savannah toured with Superfruit summer of 2018, and is currently on the Simulation Theory world tour with Muse. Savannah is passionate about breaking down barriers that exist between performance art and commercial dance and continues to push boundaries in all the work she does.