For my beautiful daughter, Scarlet Sky, whose love inspires me.
No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.
1 John 4:12

I began with the intent of celebrating the city I love by connecting with those who share this space with me.

1005 faces is a collaborative art project as it can only be created by the coming together of friends and strangers to create the full scope, and fulfill the goal of photographing 1005 distinct faces.


Through the 1005 Faces project, Sarah Brook took portraits of people across San Antonio’s communities accompanied with signs in which they were encouraged to write what was on their mind. She invited the individuals to showcase who they are and what is important to them. Her motivation for this project was to reveal the face of San Antonio as a true cosmopolitan, multicultural epicenter, full of interesting people who create an awesome place to live. Sarah describes 1005 faces as a collaborative art project, as it can only be created by a collective of friends and strangers who, together, demonstrate the full scope of 1005 distinct faces across San Antonio, TX. The project is meant to be a photographic feature presentation of San Antonio’s diverse communities, and seeks to provide an authentic depiction of the city’s true, multicultural identity.

1005 Faces Book
DreamWeek San Antonio

DreamWeek is a 12 day celebration of events that fosters the exchange of ideas on universal issues in order to promote tolerance, equality, and diversity. The January, city-wide summit of events takes place in downtown San Antonio and provides a forum for the global community to unite and discuss ideas that will inspire and shape a greater, enlightened people. The 12 days of global exchange and festivities include a series of keynote speaking engagements, mixers, events, and celebrations that foster discussions designed to motivate our communities to become a more tolerant and accepting society.

DreamWeek culminates in a 150,000+ person march organized by the City of San Antonio’s MLK Commission. The Summit goal is to honor the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and to proliferate and modernize his aspirations, as well as advance the wisdom of great humanitarians like him.