Saige Thomas

Saige was born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and moved to San Antonio in 2010 to serve in the United States Air Force. During her military service, Saige completed a medical mission in the Dominican Republic and deployed to Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom. She retired from the military in 2021 with 3 medals, several awards, and a certification in Green Belt Process Improvement. She is also an award-winning photographer and fashion show producer. Her photos have been published in Vogue, EPICC Magazine, Goodwill SA, San Antonio Monthly Magazine, San Antonio Current, Houston Voyage, 26 & Beyond Monthly Magazine, 71 Magazine, CanvasRebel Magazine, and Pepper Magazine. Saige is currently pursuing a degree in Business Administration at the University of Incarnate Word. In her spare time, she serves as Vice President of the Texas Fashion Industry Initiative (501c3) and Executive Producer of Texas Fashion Week.

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Artist Statement of Work

Tell us about your work (style, approach, philosophy, subject and/or theme):

As a photographer and filmmaker, I am constantly drawn to the diverse cultures and communities that make up our world. Through my lens, I seek to capture the essence of these communities and their rich cultural traditions.

My work is rooted in a deep appreciation for the power of photography to tell stories and foster connection. By documenting the people and places that shape our world, I aim to create images that celebrate the unique beauty and diversity of human experience.

For me, photography is not just a means of capturing a moment in time, but a way of preserving and sharing the stories that define us. Whether I am photographing a bustling city street or a remote rural community, my goal is to create images that inspire empathy and encourage dialogue.

In a world that often feels increasingly divided, I believe that photography has the power to bring us together. By shining a light on the cultures and communities that make up our world, I hope to foster a greater sense of understanding and appreciation for the rich tapestry of human experience.

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