Brenda Bazán is a photographer and environmental...
Brenda Bazán is a photographer and environmental science graduate based in South Texas.

Staff photographer at the San Antonio Report

B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Masters in Agriculture, Environmental and Sustainability Science from the same university. 


The Economist | The Washington Post | The Wall Street Journal | Texas Monthly | The Texas Tribune | Texas Highways | Elinchrom global


Winner, Life Framer Home Sweet Home competition judged by Phaedra Brown

Group Exhibits

Habitar Tierras Fronterizas, San Benito Cultural Heritage Museum, curated by Javier Dragustinovis (2023)

Habitar Tierras Fronterizas, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Tamaulipas, curated by Javier Dragustinovis (2022)

La Frontera a Través del Ojo de las Mujeres (The Border Through the Eyes of Women), The City of San Benito Cultural Heritage Museum, in partnership with the Mexican Consulate at Brownsville (2018)

Brenda Bazan

Brenda Bazán is a Mexican-American photographer based in South Texas. Her work focuses on Mexican identity, Hispanic culture, border life, and the environment.
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