I post a lot of pictures to Instagram and to Flickr. My social media links are at the bottom of every page.
This is what I consider my best work to date. If interested in prints or licensing of anything I post, please e-mail me, and I’ll be happy to work something out.
All pictures Copyright © Damon Hudac.
This is part of an upcoming series exploring human vanity. The device in her hand is called a cable puller. It’s often used to stretch chain link fences during installation, or to pull stuck vehicles out of the ditch.
“Consent” is a hot topic in certain circles. Models Julie Bells, Joshua Newman and I made this picture to try to figure out what it all means. There’s also a second version of this picture. Click here.
Color Vortex (limited edition of 10 prints)
This picture is even more amazing in person. I have a limited edition of 10 prints available for $250 each. The prints come framed at 16×16″. It’s a stepped black frame, to emphasize the sense of depth as you gaze at it. As you look at it and allow your eyes to shift focus, the picture seems to move and flip around. Really cool!
Prints come on Kodak metallic paper with archival matting and framing materials.
Condemned by the Catholic Church, yet revered as a saint by many Mexican Catholics, Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte is is associated with healing, protection, and safe delivery to the afterlife.
Girl in Cage