Siobhan Egan is a photographer based in Savannah, GA specializing in lifestyle and editorial photography. She has a knack for making people comfortable in front of the camera and loves to explore new places. Collaborating is one of her strong suits and she has had great success working on styled shoots with a team.
Siobhan is now co-editor and photographer at Paprika Southern Magazine, a magazine for art and style in the south and also accepts freelance assignments. Her work can be found in several publications including Georgia Eats (Atlanta Culinary Guide), Paprika Southern, Thom Magazine, Irish Dancing & Culture Magazine, Savannah Morning News, and The Riverdale Press. Commercial clients include Oka-B, Scribble Art Studio, Henny Penny Cafe, and many more.
Born and raised in Yonkers, NY Siobhan moved south to attend Savannah College of Art and Design where she received her MFA in photography. She fell in love with the south and decided to stay put. After teaching photography at The Art Institute of Charleston and Armstrong State University Siobhan decided to pursue her photography and magazine business full time.