2017 Exhibitors include:
Present Moment Images
Tim Smith is a self taught photographer with a wide interest ranging from architecture, landscape and minimalist photography. While he does like color, he feels a black and white image can often times appear surreal and timeless. Smith is fascinated with how light and shadow can bring life to a photo.
With a loss of an eye at the age of 13, awareness awakened. With a new appreciation for the presence of light, that is vision, came knowledge and Lefkowitz began his journey for technical skill, influence and passion to capture his visions through not photography, but through moving images, film. Coming home from the hospital after the life changing eye injury, the closet is where he found his first tool; a video camera from Japan. Having Japanese characters for all the buttons and functions, his first camera was a challenge, but his aim for technical perfection began that day. After a handful of projects he began to realize there are many aspects that create quality in a work.
Kirk Marsh is an environmental portrait photographer and conceptual digital artist. His work uses a strong sense of post production to enhance a cinematic transportive narrative. His subjects are engaged in their environment and action. Kirk’s love for humor is certainly seen in his images. His work can be seen in advertising campaigns, editorial stories and fine art galleries.
With a background in the performing arts and circus (he toured with The Greatest Show on Earth for a year...and went to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Clown College as well as touring his solo silent comedy show around the world to over 53 countries) he has a style that is influenced heavily by magical realism and the fictions of our own minds.
Jeanette Nevarez is a photographer living and working in Austin, Texas. She grew up in the border town of Juarez, Mexico and as a teenager moved to El Paso, Texas. In 2016 she received her Bachelors of Fines Arts in Photography from Texas State University. Nevarez is interested in queer aesthetics and photographing the local LGBTQIA community.
RATIO provides a curated platform for photographers to do good with their photographs and build global connections through art, travel and education. Our photography shares a positive message, emphasizing the beauty in the world and how we are all connected. Hence our tagline: visual vibes for the collective consciousness.
We donate 15% of the profits from our visual vibes back to a charity within the country our photographs were captured. RATIO works with five non-profits focused on human rights based out of Peru, Mexico, the US, Nepal and Laos. Our “give + get model” is a way of giving back to the places that have enriched our lives, while building empathy through the power of visual storytelling.
United States Air Force Aerial Combat Photojournalist traveling worldwide to support, historically document and tell the Air Force story during actions in the field and at home. Qualified to document during aerial events on all Department of Defense aircraft, wartime environments and during peacetime operations.
Middle Grey Photography Association
The Middle Grey Photography Association is an affiliation of Texas State University in San Marcos, and has been an active academic organization since 2010. Our members are Texas State University students and alumni that share a passion for photographic practice and discourse. Our intention is to create a dialogue about the state of photography in today’s contemporary world. As an organization, we participate in local exhibitions, attend art events, contribute to group discussions, and host guest speakers to provide an open forum for constructive criticism and creativity.
Northwest Vista College Art Department
Northwest Vista College creates opportunities for success by offering quality academic, technical and life-long learning experiences to its diverse communities in a collaborative, student-centered, data-informed and shared leadership environment.
SA Studios offers studio space rental in San Antonio, TX. Spaces can be used for photography, videos, dance, martial arts, etc. They also have office spaces we rent out on short term or long term basis.
SA Studios also has a hair/makeup salon area with booth rentals for weekly and monthly rates. They welcome licensed cosmetologists in our salon area and unlicensed stylists who work for photography or video sessions in our studio areas.
Photo & Video Gear for Rent in San Antonio - No Deposit
Digital Pro Lab
Digital Pro Lab, a full service professional photo lab, with digital photo printing, die-cut wallets, canvas prints, and more!
The Rivard Report is San Antonio’s leading local online news source. They are a nonprofit and nonpartisan and they do not have a paywall. Rivard Report's content is available at no cost to everyone in the city and beyond. They publish without fear or favor, or any obligation to outside owners or interests. They cover all that is best about San Antonio: its personalities, neighborhoods, businesses, culture, cuisine, arts and entertainment. Rivard Report tackles the city’s problems and challenges, too, and spotlight innovative solutions, many to be found in other cities competing for the next generation of talented workers and their families.
Photography store carrying major gear brands for rental or sale, plus beginner & advanced classes.
San Antonio Current
Your guide to all things San Antonio. Smart and sometimes biting spin on local politics, music, nightlife, food, visual and performing arts, and so much more.
ASMP - American Society of Media Photographers
Founded in 1944, ASMP promotes photographers' rights, educates photographers in better business practices, produces business publications for photographers and helps buyers find professional photographers.
LipSense comes in a wide variety of shades and textures; luscious mattes, seductive sheers, inspiring sparkles, and playful frosts. LipSense lip colors are perfect to mix and match; LipSense is versatile and can be used to create a number of effects. LipSense is initially sold as a set, which includes LipSense liquid lip color, a moisturizing gloss, and an Oops! Remover. Users must have a remover in the event they need to remove the product or fix an error when applying.