Wait, you’re NOT a born and bred Virtual Assistant?

I’m not actually! When Covid-19 hit I was locked down in to my cozy NYC apartment, actively wondering what I could do until we were allowed to gather in large crowds again. I quickly discovered that the problem solving, creative, and big picture brain that Theatre had installed in me would be perfect for small business owners struggling to take control of their own business.

My specialty in the entertainment world is the same as this Virtual world. I can take a mess of things and make them organized, efficient, and easy.

I’ve also fallen in love with this virtual assistant business, so don’t you worry! I’m not going anywhere anytime soon, no matter the state of emergency.

Hello! I’m Savannah Bell

Meet the face behind your soon-to-be amazing systems for your company!

If I had to describe myself in only a few words I would say::: “Taurus, Type A Personality, and the kind of extrovert that values deep relationships not in quantity but in quality.”

I’m originally from Shawnee, KS and now reside in NYC. That is… when I am home. I’ve spent the last 5 years touring the world, and I’d say I have only been home for 45% of that time (unless you include 2020. Ha!) Lucky for me, my traveling is normally for work and so on someone else’s dime. I have always enjoyed being a behind-the-scenes kind of person. My background actually stems from Lighting Design and being an entertainment electrician! I’ve toured the world working for Broadway shows, World-Renowned Dance Companies, Corporate Events, and Summer Stock Theatres. 

Why Photography?

The art of Photography plays with a lot of the same elements that Lighting Design does: Color, Form, Intensity, and Movement. Photography is capturing a moment, and fusing it with intangible artistic intentions, creating something that can’t be physically touched or made again (for the most part). A photographer takes what’s in front of them and turns it into art through their editing process using their own brilliant design eye. I find that I sync really well with photographers as we speak a similar language and I understand what it’s like to have a ton of ideas that involve totally intangible items, trying to make sense of it. My FAVORITE task is taking your brain dumps and turning them into actionable items!

Hello! I’m Savannah Bell

Meet the face behind your soon-to-be amazing systems for your company!

If I had to describe myself in only a few words I would say::: “Taurus, Type A Personality, and the kind of extrovert that values deep relationships not in quantity but in quality.”

I’m originally from Shawnee, KS and now reside in NYC. That is… when I am home. I’ve spent the last 5 years touring the world, and I’d say I have only been home for 45% of that time (unless you include 2020. Ha!) Lucky for me, my traveling is normally for work and so on someone else’s dime. I have always enjoyed being a behind-the-scenes kind of person. My background actually stems from Lighting Design and being an entertainment electrician! I’ve toured the world working for Broadway shows, World-Renowned Dance Companies, Corporate Events, and Summer Stock Theatres. 

Wait, you’re NOT a born and bread Virtual Assistant?

I’m not actually! When Covid-19 hit I was locked down in to my cozy NYC apartment, actively wondering what I could do until we were allowed to gather in large crowds again. I quickly discovered that the problem solving, creative, and big picture brain that Theatre had installed in me would be perfect for small business owners struggling to take control of their own business.

I’ve also fallen in love with this virtual assistant business, so don’t you worry. I’m not going anywhere anytime soon, no matter the state of emergency.

Why Photography?

The art of Photography plays with a lot of the same elements that Lighting Design does: Color, Form, Intensity, and Movement. Photography is capturing a moment, and fusing it with intangible artistic intentions, creating something that can’t be physically touched or made again (for the most part). A photographer takes what’s in front of them and turns it into art through their editing process using their own brilliant design eye. I find that I sync really well with photographers as we speak a similar language and I understand what it’s like to have a ton of ideas that involve totally intangible items, trying to make sense of it. My FAVORITE task is taking your brain dumps and turning them into actionable items!

Here’s a few of my traveling photos that i think really help peer into my soul.

Attention! All of these photos were either taken by myself or the tour guide! So, don’t judge too harshly! 🙂