Photographer/filmmaker Damien Genardi is an artist addicted to people. The prominent themes of his work include: the human complexities of expression, passion, and vulnerability; the allure of personal sexuality; the resilience of the human spirit; and the drive for survival. These themes marry with a strong visual aesthetic to make him an artist who is starting to get noticed. Recent highlights include photographing Julian Casablancas and The Voidz for Rock and Folk Magazine (France), Albert Hammond Jr. of the Strokes also for R&F, opera singer Richard Troxell, teenage rock sensations the Strypes, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Glen Matlock of the Sex Pistols and Clem Burke of Blondie for R&F.
He lives and works in Portland, Oregon, where he is currently working on the feature film, The Texture of Falling with Maria Allred as Assistant Director, co-producer, 2nd shooter, and actor, as well as a musical and short film collaboration with Portland rock icon Daniel Riddle, a.k.a. King Black Acid, all to be released in 2016.