A few years ago, 2009 to be exact, I had a delightful time volunteering for the Milwaukee Film Festival. I was stationed at the Times Cinema, one of my favorite movie-houses!. I believe I was there to take tickets and … Continue reading
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Troy Freund is a commercial/editorial photographer based in Milwaukee, WI. I’m pretty dang passionate about photography and the tradition of “real”photography.
The Portrait Society recently opened a pretty neat and unique photo-exhibition. This past Gallery Night saw the opening of the first “BS @ PS” show – or the “Book Show at the Portrait Society” exhibition. This was a juried photo-show where … Continue reading
The Waxwing (also on FBook), a new art gallery in Shorewood, was the site of a packed “Third Thursday” networking session for Local First Milwaukee. The Waxwing, started by Steph Davies, shows the artwork of 80 different artists – from jewelry … Continue reading
As always, lots of great shows coming up for this weekend…here’s my photography-biased choices for shows to try and check out on April 20/21! All receptions are on April 20, unless otherwise noted. If there’s a great photo-show I missed, … Continue reading
Working as a self-employed individual for 11 years, I have discerned which roles I really enjoy and which ones I procrastinate on. Like many creatives, bookkeeping is not one of my favorite jobs. Thankfully, software like Quickbooks exists to make … Continue reading
While the majority of what I do is people-photography, I have had quite a few occasions to do product photography for my clients (like Kangaroo Pita Chips, Beier Drums, Thomasville Furniture, Milwaukee Electric Tools, Charles Allis Art Museum, and Burke … Continue reading
Horizon Home Care and Hospice was the host of this morning’s Local First Milwaukee “Third Thursday” networking event. Horizon welcomed us at their Grief Resource Center – a one-of-a-kind free and open to the public resource center for people working … Continue reading
I recently finished the in-class portion of an artist-in-residency I participated in with Artists Working in Education (A.W.E.). Artists Working in Education is a non-profit who seeks to bring positive art experiences to under-served children of Milwaukee. They do this … Continue reading
There are many businesses in Milwaukee, large and small. Many people find their preferred working style to be in a traditional work-setting – amongst other people, often in an office-setting, usually involving some sort of a commute. Frank Kaiser is … Continue reading