Sarah Sudhoff


Illness, Female, 60 years old, 2010


7.5x10" image on 8.5x11" paper


Archival inkjet print

Edition Size




To Benefit

The Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation addresses the needs of people challenged by neurofibromatosis, a little-known genetic disorder that primarily affects the growth of neural (nerve) cells.

Sarah's Pledge

100% of print sales. $1000 total if the edition sells out.


Sarah Sudhoff is a fine-art photographer and educator based in Texas. In 2008 she was chosen for Photolucida’s 2008 Critical Mass Top 50 Photographers award. Images from Sudhoff’s Repository series have been included in exhibitions at the Austin Museum of Art, 3rd Ward Gallery and Claypool-Young Gallery. In 2009 Sudhoff had her first solo show, Repository, at Art League Houston, followed by her first international show, Rx, at In Plain Sight Gallerie in Montreal, Canada. In 2010, Sudhoff’s ongoing series, At the Hour of Our Death, debuted at De Santos Gallery in Houston, Texas during Fotofest. The work was awarded two honorable mentions from Daylight/Center for Documentary Studies and En Foco’s New Works award, followed by a grant from the Artist Foundation of San Antonio. Most recently Sudhoff has participated in online interviews for Feature Shoot and Wired.com and the work has been featured by The Shpilman Institute for Photography and Esquire Russia. Sudhoff holds an MFA in photography from Parsons The New School for Design, as well as a Bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. She is co-founder of the Austin Center for Photography and is on the faculty at the University of Texas at San Antonio and Trinity University.