Hazelwood is an artist, impresario and instigator. He has curated and organized exhibitions at venues from museums to immigrant rights centers. He has worked for over 20 years with homeless rights groups, creating prints and street posters, and has written two books on art and homelessness. Hazelwood taught printmaking at San Quentin State Prison and the San Francisco Art Institute. The tradition of political allegory and satire is at the heart of his work. Hazelwood’s prints are shown in several major collections including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the New York Public Library, and the Library of Congress, and he regularly appears in several West Coast street newspapers. His first major museum show (with Ronnie Goodman) was at the Georgia Museum of Art in 2015.