This is the podcast to accompany the Uniform 300 photographic project. Your host, Brad Swail, interviews a select number of the subject to help you dive a little deeper into their life. Uniform 300 is a project coinciding with San Antonio’s Tricentennial Celebration in 2018. In Uniform 300, photographer Rahm Carrington and curator/producer Alice Carrington Foultz will collaborate to depict the diversity of San Antonians following the 6 pillars of the Tricentennial: Religion, Military, History & Education, Arts & Culture, World Heritage and Community Service. The Project will ultimately feature 300 portraits of San Antonio citizens representing all neighborhoods, passions, jobs and walks of life. In Uniform 300, Rahm and Alice explore the idea of a personal uniform. In some cases, this may be a Padre, Soldier or Charro wearing a prescribed uniform. In other cases we may photograph a Spurs super-fan, or a bakery owner, whereby their uniform is the clothes they wear and the image they portray. Furthermore, there is uniformity in the format of each one of these portraits, so that when the 300 photographs are gathered together, there is a distinct diversity in each of the subjects, but a uniformity in the collection and depiction.