|Luis Escamilla: Operations Supervisor & Roving Camera Photojournalist
Together with his operational duties Luis also reports on traffic, road conditions and breaking news for News 4 WOAI Today.
|Lalo Garcia: Director of Photography
Born and raised in the Lone Star State, News 4 WOAI Director of Photography Lalo Garcia came back to South Texas after covering news all over the country.
|Francisco Barragan: Photojournalist
Francisco has covered visits from President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. He has also been sent to the front lines of some of the state's biggest stories, covering the Fort Hood shootings, the BP oil spill, Hurricanes Dolly, Gustav and Ike with Randy Beamer and most recently the west Texas Wildfires.
|Mason Smith: Photojournalist
Native to San Antonio, Mason Smith joined News 4 WOAI as a Photojournalist in July 2010.
|Eric Johnson: Photojournalist
People sometimes ask what I like the most about riding around in the helicopter. In the morning and there is nothing quite like watching the sunrise while downtown San Antonio goes about its business.
|Eduardo Diaz: Photojournalist
Born and raised in Houston, Eduardo Diaz has worked at TV stations in Houston and Los Angeles. He
|Josue Campos: Photojournalist
Josue moved to San Antonio in 2009 and joined the WOAI family in April of 2012. He is planning to go back to school and pursue his Bachelors Degree in Communications/Journalism.
|Eric "Ziggy" Ziglin: Photojournalist
Emmy nominated, award winning photojournalist Eric "Ziggy" Ziglin was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. After
|Meet Brandon Moore
Brandon Moore is a born and raised Texan. Growing up in San Antonio, Brandon has always loved sports and started playing at a young age. Keeping that love alive he began to follow all kinds of sports and quickly became the athletic encyclopedia among his family and friends.
|Stephen Clapper: Photojournalist
Stephen Clapper began his career as a photojournalist in Texas, moved away for two years, and now finds himself back in the Lone Star State once again.