Savannah Dodd is the founder and director of the Photography Ethics Centre. With a background in anthropology and a personal practice in documentary photography, Savannah founded the Centre in 2017.
The Photography Ethics Centre aims to raise awareness about ethics and promote ethical literacy across the photography industry. Since founding the Centre, Savannah has facilitated workshops for international audiences from a variety of sectors including academia, media and communications, and international development. She also runs courses dedicated to photography ethics inside the Journalism Now platform, which includes The Photographer's Ethical Toolkit.
Prior to founding the Centre, she worked in the development sector for NGOs and IGOs in Switzerland, Uganda, and Thailand. Alongside her work with the Centre, Savannah undertakes independent projects as a documentary photographer. She is also pursing her PhD in anthropology at Queen's University Belfast.