‘Colors of Diversity’ featured in UTA paper

“Whether you’re gay, straight, a woman, a male, people that have been abused, we just want people to come together and not be discriminated against or judged on the color of your skin or your sexual orientation,” Nanthavongsa said. I was recently interviewed by my alma mater’s newspaper for my upcoming project ‘Colors of Diversity’.

I just saw the entire thing in print and it’s hella cool. Check it out for yourself and let me know what you think! I want to give a special thank you to reporter TJ Griffin for writing the amazing piece and my publicist Gabriel Watson for her amazing work on the pr write-up and helping spread the news.

Hope to see all you Dallas folks at the photoshoot this Saturday. Remember, if you are attending please wear a disposable white tshirt/v-neck and be ready to create some beautiful images!


Colors of Diversity Photoshoot

DALLAS – After months of planning, acclaimed local photographer Tracy Nanthavongsa and Creative Director Melvin Varughese are ready to launch their latest photography project, “Colors of Diversity,” on Saturday, October 15, 2011, from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm at JRs. Bar and Grill in Dallas.

Tracy Nanthavongsa featured in Evoke Magazine

DALLAS (June 20, 2011) — Fashion photographer Tracy Nanthavongsa was featured and interviewed in the latest issue of Evoke Magazine, a lifestyle and entertainment rag. Evoke labeled Tracy as “a rising star full of ambition and the talent to create a real name for himself in fashion photography.”

In the ‘Behind The Lens’ interview Tracy dishes about the good and the bad regarding the extremely competitive photography industry. He mention how he think he stuck out amongst the millions of photographers and what helped drive his creativity.

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