Yesterday, I received a copy of the latest magazine to feature one of my images on its cover. The Pesticide Action Network, a San Francisco-based, worldwide-reaching non-profit, contacted me recently to feature a photo of mine. The image, a sustainable-practice-driven … 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.
Yesterday I had a neat shoot that led to an experience I’ve not had before. I was working on a last-minute assignment for MyMidwest magazine and they needed an illustration for a story on local pizzerias, so I got to … Continue reading
Yesterday I made my 50th blood donation at the Blood Center of WI. I’ve been doing it for years now and it’s an almost unconscious sort of habit….every two months, time to donate…makes me feel good, that’s for sure. It’s … Continue reading
Had a very nice time this morning, as I got to meet Bill Meyer. This gent is awful impressive as he has spent 36 years photographing the Milwaukee-area, first for the Milwaukee Sentinel and then for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. He … Continue reading
Last night was an awful busy one, full of photo-ness. It began at 3:00 p.m. with a “coffee-date” at the local Borders Books, talking with photographer, Richard Taylor ( http://lifejourneyphoto.com ), about business, technology and they way the photo-market has … Continue reading
This past weekend saw me at the Pfister Hotel, covering the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s annual gala fundraiser. Here’s a few snaps from “Wild for the Cure”.
Recent headshot of local actor Juan Blasquez–he wanted to show his ability to be the “serious leading man” as well as the “funny guy.”
Here’s a few portraits of Milwaukee’s top realtors, shot for an advertorial section in an area magazine…
Here’s a number of images from this spring’s most fun assignment so far..a story on “quirky, retro Milwaukee bars” for MyMidwest magazine.
This past Friday the 13th, Troy was asked to be one of the judges for the Wisconsin Art Educators Association’s high-school level “Visual Arts Competition”, held at Cardinal Stritch University. Troy judged the digital photography section.