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Wedding Photographer in Dayton OH

A young groom standing alone is waiting anxiously for his new bride. The spring scene is lush with greenery. When she finally taps his shoulder, he turns around, eyes sparkling with excitement. He slowly turns around and starts grinning ear to ear, tears sparkling unshed. He grabs her hands and pulls her into an embrace, holding his whole world in his arms. Capturing these kind of moments reminds me how much of a passion I have to illustrate your love story. All the warm and fuzzies you get looking at your picture remembering the exact moment I’ve been there I know how important it is.

Hey! My name is Savannah, but you can call me Savvy. My love affair with photography began at a young age. Most kids wanted to have a million pictures taken of them or were the goofy comic relief in family photos, I wanted to be behind the camera. At age 13, my interest became a passion when I got my first point and shoot camera. In 2019 I made the leap to leave the corporate grind and start Savvy Cayo Photography. 

Since then, I have met many wonderful clients and captured many special memories along the way. As a wedding photographer in Dayton, Oh, I have gotten to capture it all, from special birthday milestones to weddings of course, even maternity, and newborn sessions. I look for the beauty in the details which makes my photography special. 

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, I say they are worth a thousand thoughts, emotions, and memories, which I am here to capture. I am here to help genuinely tell your story. If you are looking for a passionate, friendly photographer who is here to make your day special, I would love to hear from you!  


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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”