San Antonio Report photographers chronicle San Antonio and its residents. Each week, we share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.

Cody Library awaits voters Monday, the first day of early voting for the March 1 primary. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
A San Antonio Parks police officer patrols the San Antonio River along the River Walk on Tuesday.
A San Antonio Park Police officer patrols the San Antonio River along the River Walk on Tuesday. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Samantha Brown visits with local artists and organizers at The Echo Bridge during the taping of Places to Love, a PBS travel show.
Samantha Brown visits with local artists and organizers at The Echo Bridge during the taping of Places to Love, a PBS travel show. Credit: Courtesy / PBS
The Hockley-Clay Cemetery, located in Northeast San Antonio, has been recognized as a cultural heritage district by the Historic and Design Review Commission.
The Hockley-Clay Cemetery, in Northeast San Antonio, has been recognized as a cultural heritage district by the Historic and Design Review Commission. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
The City of San Antonio and the SAPD perform a homeless encampment abatement along the I-37 corridor in the near Eastside on Wednesday February, 16, 2022.
The City of San Antonio performs a homeless encampment abatement Wednesday on Brooklyn Avenue near Interstate 37. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Student teacher Lilian De La Rosa interacts with students at the International School of the Americas where she teaches English through her program at Trinity University. De La Rosa graduates in May and will pursue a career in teaching.
Student teacher Lilian De La Rosa interacts with students Friday at the International School of the Americas. De La Rosa said the coronavirus pandemic opened her eyes to the realities of teaching but never made her reconsider her career choice. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Eric and Christopher, sons of Esequiel “Zeke” Mendoza are suing CPS Energy in a wrongful death case following the energy companies handling of Winter Storm Uri in February, 2021.
Eric and Chris, sons of Zeke Mendoza, filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging CPS Energy’s negligence caused their father’s death in the wake of Winter Storm Uri. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Daniel Alcorta carries his 18-month-old son Ezekiel while collecting trash along the banks of Olmos Creek during the annual Basura Bash cleanup day on Saturday.
Daniel Alcorta carries Ezekiel, his 18-month-old son, while collecting trash Saturday along the banks of Olmos Creek during the annual Basura Bash cleanup day. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report

Bria Woods

Bria Woods the Raba Family Foundation Next Generation Fellow- Multimedia Journalist at the SA Report. Bria holds a bachelor's degree in communication from Trinity University and a master's in multimedia...