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ALAMO CITY ARTISTS: JESSICA RAMM

  About #ACA   Alamo City Artists is a visually engaging blog space dedicated to highlighting the local artists of San Antonio, Texas.   #WomenWednesdays is a collaborative effort between San Antonio Woman magazine and Vignette Portrait Photography that focuses on highlighting the incredible women of San Antonio, Texas.   Photography and writing by Nina A Padilla of Vignette Portrait Photography.

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Throwback To Indie Soleil Magazine Shoot

It’s a #throwback to my early publication days when I was shooting for Indie Soliel Magazine.⁠   The editor would host these incredible themed shoots complete with photographers, models, stylists, designers, and hair and makeup artists; all in an effort to help grow our local arts community and encourage collaboration. I met so many wonderful people and took part in

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Yolanda Rios Wurgler | Alamo City Artists 2021

Continuing my #AlamoCityArtists series in collaboration with San Antonio Woman magazine for their #womenwednesdays online feature!⁠ Every other Wednesday, we will share stories and photographs of amazing female artists and professionals who are doing great things for our community.⁠   This week is the amazing Yolanda Rios Wurgler with @yolandas_studio. (IG)   Dancer, painter, and jewelry maker, Yolanda Rios Wurgler

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Artists Open With Taylor Lane at Brick (Blue Star)

It’s a sultry Sunday kind of evening with the talented @_tay_lane at @brickatbluestar.⁠ Tuesdays are starting to become one of my favorite days.⁠   Also – more from my set with the always fantastic @_tay_lane photographed by Moi at Brick a few Tuesdays ago during their open studio.⁠   Taylor totally killed this look and I love how she styled

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The Ballet Conservatory of South Texas Performs Like No Other

Part I – Behind the scenes with @balletconservatorysotx and their magical performance of La Bayadere: Act III at The Real Life Amphitheater.⁠ I love the seldom-seen view from the wings during a performance. It’s the perspective of the dancer as we wait for our cues to enter the stage or eagerly watch our peers as they dazzle the audience. These

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