Hunter Freeman first worked in photography as his dad’s darkroom assistant, printing and developing prints that were the family’s annual Christmas card. In college, majoring in mathematics, it dawned on him – thankfully – that being a photographer was his calling. Math department heads breathed a sigh of relief.

After making that decision, he assisted for four years, then opened his first studio in New York, shooting still life there for six years for national and international clients. After discovering what seemed to be “a good idea at the time”, he moved west. It turned out to be an excellent idea, at an excellent time. Clients realized he had the ability to shoot more than still life, and they asked him to shoot people, places, animals – and many other things. A whole new era began for him.

Hunter Freeman has been honored in Communication Arts, Archive, The One Show, the NY Art Directors club, and the Addys. He has worked with agencies and clients across the US, and loves solving problems and bringing ideas to life. He loves what he does, and it shows.