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
All the photos on this blog, unless otherwise stated, are the property of Troy Freund Photography, LLC and may not be used elsewhere, for any reason, without the consent of Troy Freund. If you would like to use an image in your blog or website, please send me an email and we can discuss it. These are NOT royalty-free images; just because an image is easy to copy does not mean you have the right to do so.
Troy Freund is a commercial/editorial photographer based in Milwaukee, WI. I’m pretty dang passionate about photography and the tradition of “real”photography.
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
Many of you know my affection for small and local businesses, as particularly demonstrated through my membership with, and service to, Local First Milwaukee. A few weeks ago, there was a hub-bub over the foreclosing of the Times and Rosebud Cinemas. … Continue reading
Last night was the annual meeting of “buy local” advocacy group, Local First Milwaukee. Local First Milwaukee works hard to inform the 5-county, metro-Milwaukee area about the value that comes from supporting locally-owned businesses! It’s been shown through studies that … Continue reading
The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is putting on a photo-centric play called “1000 Words“, and the theatre is offering a deal for photographers! See the details here or here. Call soon for tickets, as there are only SIX performances left! Next … Continue reading
Well, G.K. himself wasn’t in Milwaukee, since the prolific writer died in 1936, but Dale Ahlquist, president of the American Chesterton Society and author of numerous writings about Chesterton, WAS in Milwaukee on March 3 giving a lecture/Q&A on the … Continue reading