Walkability and The City

Screen Shot 2014-02-14 at 7.13.34 PMBy Lyndsey Johnson, SA2020 Resolutions Walker Leader (follow her here!)

Living in San Antonio is one of the best decisions that I’ve made, aside from saying yes to marry my future hubby (Dave). I started living in the Alamo City 6 years ago (whoa, that was fast) when I went to Trinity University for my undergraduate degree. Trinity is an amazing school that has enriched my life and gave me life-long friends and mentors, and it also convinced me to live in San Antonio after my time in the Trinity bubble. Now I am the photographer and social media assistant manager for the San Antonio Business Journal and I get to discover new places and meet new people in the city every day.

So with my job, I do about 10 to 15 photo shoots a week around town and the surrounding cities. I’ve driven to Seguin to take a photo of humongous acorn, and even to Alice, Texas for a story about an oilrig. There are so many people that I’ve met (holla back Molly Cox) and that has led to great opportunities, such as being a resolution leader for SA2020.

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