"I like the mood of Interiors.
I feel I can represent the spirit of a place by observing
how the daylight reveals its secrets...
why we find perfection and beauty in it."
- Don Freeman
I first became aware of Don Freeman's work,
through the beautiful book,
Ted Muehling : A Portrait by Don Freeman...
go here to see that book.
Ever since, his work has captivated
and informed the manner in which I look at a room.
Thank you Don...
"Don Freeman is an American photographer, best known for his large,
monochrome prints that depict subject matter, be it landscape, human forms or architectural fragments, in states of transmogrification.
He lives in New York where he divides his time between fine art photography, commercial photography and filmmaking. Don's photographs have appeared regularly in Vogue, House Beautiful, Vanity Fair and other magazines. His assignments for The World of Interiors, documenting the homes of American artists like Eva Zeisel, Wharton Esherick, Russel Wright, James Rose and Henry Varnum Poor, reflects his deep interest in art and its place in living environments."
According to his site,
"His current projects, a book for Abrams titled Artists' Handmade Houses and a film called Living Art will document his love for the Artists' home and show off his talent for capturing interiors, objects and his favorite subject of all: light. "
I look forward to
seeing this new work!