I just felt the need to provide this link for any readers who stop by and see this post. This web-gallery is full of images from a story that Tim Cigelske and I worked on together, that never saw print. … 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.
UPDATED 11-02-10, 6:19 a.m. Rachel and I got out to Tom Barrett’s last rally, last night at 10:00p. If I wasn’t completely sure of Tom before, I sure am now. We heard his speech, full of optimism and hope for … Continue reading
Today’s LikeMind talk was put on by James Carlson, the founder of Milwaukee’s Bucketworks. James was talking about the future of education and current innovations in how we educate students… in the past decade or so, there has been a … Continue reading
Had a nice time on Wednesday, shooting, processing, and printing some 4×5 film! I photographed a dried bean vine in our backyard. I shot it with my 4×5 camera, on Ilford FP4 ISO 125 film, with a Rodenstock 240mm/f9 lens. … Continue reading
While the first section of “Making a Living While Making a Difference” focused on outlining some of the numerous career options for value-driven workers, this next section is going to get to the work of discerning what work might be … Continue reading
Two years ago today, Rachel Lewandowski and I got married, becoming what we already were: Rachel Lewandowski and Troy Freund (no new names for us). We’d already been together for over four years, but it was awful exciting to get … Continue reading
Yesterday, seven other Milwaukee photographers and I donated our time to help out the job seekers of Milwaukee. The 4th Job Camp was taking place and we worked to create free headshots for people to aid in their new employment … Continue reading
This young woman is a “Pride of Milwaukee” mention because though I haven’t known her long, she’s already impressed me quite a bit. She is the creator/co-publisher of 2 Cents MKE, a freelance photographer, and was a volunteer at JobCamp4 yesterday. … Continue reading
Next week, on Oct 7th, I’ll be donating my services to Job Camp 4, a large event devoted to helping job seekers improve their job-seeking skills. I have been recruited to make free headshots for anyone who wants a “new … Continue reading
“Making a Living While Making a Difference” by Melissa Everett I’m embarrassed to say how long ago I bought this book, but even though I only read the intro at that time, it gave me some good advice. It suggested … Continue reading