Rendon Retrato: Bill Sinkin

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Bill Sinkin, human rights activist, solar advocate.

Bill Sinkin, human rights activist, solar advocate. Photo by Al Rendon.

Bill Sinkin, human rights activist, solar advocate. Photo by Al Rendon.

“San Antonio is a soft city. Over the past century, we have managed to bring many cultures – Mexican, German, Jewish, Catholic, Protestant – together. We can also bring energy together. The rest of the country is still learning that solar is the largest, freest, cleanest energy source in nature. It makes a significant contribution to the growth and health of any community. Smart businesses will build plans around solar energy and become rich with it. Every time I am asked, I will always speak to the power of solar energy.”

– Bill Sinkin

Al Rendon is San Antonio’s photographer, born and raised here and known for iconic photographs of the city and its culture. Al is an active Southtown gallery owner as well as an art and commercial photographer. Check out more of his work at AlRendon.com.

 

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