I have somewhat of a history with the Credit Human Building, located by the Pearl in San Antonio. It’s all good history of course!
The AIASA did their first “return from COVID” tour of this building when it was first opening. The big highlight of this building was how green it was. So much of the design was built to be sustainable and environmentally friendly. I actually did a short video on this aspect of the building.
Oh yeah, I even did a video promoting AIASA's tour:
At the time, I had no idea that one of my favorite clients was heavily involved. This, of course, would be Sharp Glass.
Each time a new project comes up, the CEO insists we do a scouting trip together. I absolutely love this because I learn so much about each and every building I shoot. On top of this, Kyle Sharp is a really cool guy.
The interesting fact I learned about the Credit Human building is kind of a weird one. Every month, at least one window gets “shot out” and needs to be replaced. Kyle wasn’t sure how it happens, wether its gun shots, BB guns, helicopters throwing rocks…but it happens. And every time it happens, Sharp Glass is the only one who can repair it. They’ve tried calling other glass companies and no one is cable.
I’ve been dead set on doing photos like these during sunrise and sunset. This dedication served me well for this project. Kyle suggested I get some “artsy” type photos and I was all about it. Check out the results below: