The 2018 Ethiopia suit was inspired by Haile Selassie, the King of Kings. The main apron features Nyabinghi warriors, the 13th century rock-hewn church in Lalibela, Ethiopian hermit monks, the Church of Our Lady of Zion, and the Obelisk of Axum. Demond wore this suit in 2018 as Big Chief of the Young Seminole Hunters.
Demond's 2016 suit was inspired by the legendary Bras-Coupe, an enslaved African prince who was known for leading rebellions against bondage. Demond wore this suit in 2016 as Big Chief of the Young Seminole Hunters.
Demond's 2014 suit was inspired by Chief Red Cloud, and pays homage to the passing of three influential Mardi Gras Indian Big Chiefs in New Orleans. He wore this suit in 2014 as Big Chief of the Young Seminole Hunters.
Demond's 2013 suit was inspired by Chief Red Cloud and Chief Sitting Bull. This was the first suit Demond created after he became Big Chief of his very own tribe, the Young Seminole Hunters.
Demond's 2011 suit features imagery inspired by Haile Selassie as well as Shaka Zulu Fasimba. He wore this suit in 2011 as Second Chief of the Seminole Hunters.
Demond's 2010 suit was inspired by Haile Selassie. He wore this suit in 2010 as Spy Boy of the Seminole Hunters.
The main apron of Demond's 2009 suit was created using a design that was created for Felton Brown. This patch, which had already been drawn on canvas, was saved after Hurrican Katrina and was beaded by Demond after Felton Brown passed away. Demond wore this suit in 2009 as Spy Boy of the Seminole Hunters.
In the first year masking in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, Demond's 2008 suit was created using traditional imagery of an Indian hunting a buffalo on horseback. This suit was worn while Demond was Spy Boy of the Seminole Hunters.
Demond was initially taught by Big Chief Ferdinand Bigard. He began masking in 1992 as a Spy Boy wearing a suit constructed in the 3-D style. In 1994 he joined the Seminole Hunters as their Spy Boy under Big Chief Keitoe Jones.