I am a student of law at St. Mary's University.
I was a graduate student of English literature at The University of Texas at San Antonio, where I also took photos for the student newspaper, The Paisano. My photography has appeared in the San Antonio Current and was featured in vol. 3 of the Sagebrush Review, UTSA's literary journal.
To contact me for assignments or the use of pre-existing photographs, email me at clayhackett at sbcglobal.net
Photos of hackett (7)
"This guy is seriously the Sensei of photography!"
March 2nd, 2008
"He has a really cool dog with a great name.
Oh he takes awesome photos too."
February 27th, 2008
"Sharp, colorful, communicative, and intelligent images that never leaves you indifferent."
February 23rd, 2008
Paul Garland says:
"To quote Rocky Horror, this guy is one hell of a....photographer."
January 17th, 2008
"I don't know why, but whenever I think about Hackett, I think 'Operation Nut Punch' !"
May 9th, 2007
"I've always had the perfect opening sentence for a Mailer-esque Vietnam War biography of this guy were he to get behind such a story: "Others who marched east before trudged boldly through Charlie's bush, but when it came to Cambodia, no one else could hack it like Hackett."
Okay, so that was damn terrible. So was Cambodia.
I've only known Clay for a short time, but I can assure you that the man is an epoch of true sophistication and class unto himself, his family, and the rest of us lo-fi, tertiary characters. Kudos to him and his fast-rising photographic work - I'm ready for the (r)evolution. :-)
"Send word back to base - expect good news." Here's to you, buddy."
May 3rd, 2007
Brother O'Mara says:
"Hackett is like ... like an alternate-universe version of me, except his ears are smaller, he actually has a chin, he owns a dog instead of a cat, and he shoots Nikon instead of Canon.
That would explain why his pictures make me jealous sometimes - it's my doppelganger taking better pictures than I can.
Actually, we're not that much alike.
Actually, I don't even know who this guy is.
but I like his pictures."
April 27th, 2007
- Clay Hackett
- September 2004
- San Antonio