#FBF: Through the lens of a Woodrow student’s camera

Photo by Tania Sanchez

Photo by Tania Sanchez

Tania Sanchez may have graduated from Woodrow Wilson a few years ago but the photos she took as a student are a reminder of her talent during that time.

In 2013 the Advocate detailed her journey from knowing nothing about photography to producing beautiful images of the people and places around her. The Performing Arts Academy student had become a star pupil in Russ Kelemen’s photography class where, according to Sanchez, the teacher balanced “pushing his students to do their best with belief in them to give them confidence.”

From photos of guitarists in Klyde Warren Park to sunsets over the Dallas skyline, Sanchez displayed a natural ability to catch the right image and a new love for an old medium.


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By |2016-12-02T13:35:39-05:00December 2nd, 2016|News|0 Comments

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Nichole Osinski
NICHOLE OSINSKI is an editor at Advocate Magazines. Email her at nosinski@advocatemag.com.