Amanda Saviñón is a Dominican- American artist from New York City. In 2013, Amanda founded Loyal Nana, a lifestyle blog for women focusing on fashion psychology, social media, and self-love through personal style, photography, interviews, and collaborations. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from Lehman College of the City University of New York in 2011, Amanda has worked with publications including Vogue, GQ, Teen Vogue, Marie Claire, Refinery29 and the New York Magazine. She has also photographed several influencers such as Diane von Furstenberg, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, President Barack Obama, Nicki Minaj and Common among others. She has helped produce events such as Jazz at the White House, The Mark Twain Prize at the Kennedy Center and the 2016 Democratic National Convention Committee with a focus on talent.
Currently, Amanda lives and works in New York City as editor-in-chief of Loyal Nana, photo producer at the Daily Mail and is one-of-three fellows of the June Jordan Fellowship at Columbia University focusing on criminal justice reform issues.