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Davis Freeman

Davis
Freeman

SPE Member since 2008
Member Chapter: Northwest

Davis Freeman

SPE member since 2008
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Digital photo; Archival Print

Davis Freeman

SPE member since 2008
Nude1
Digital photo; Archival Print

Davis Freeman

SPE member since 2008
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Digital photo; Archival Print

about

Davis Freeman is a Tacoma based fine art portrait photographer and writer. He has won numerous awards including "compassionate photographer of the year". Davis has taught and lectured for Kodak, Polaroid, National Geographic Society, University of Washington, Seattle College, The Rocky Mountain School and many others. His photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally. His work has been profiled in numerous publication to include: Photo Media, PDN, Polaroid Test Magazine, and Studio Photography, Shutterbug. His images have appeared in diverse publications to include: Newsweek, People, Biopeople, George, Fortune, Time-Warner and Money. His portraits portfolio include: His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Dave Mathews, Bill and Melinda Gates, Tom Skerritt, David Crosby, Graham Nash, as well as individuals and families who are seeking a distinctive portrait. Permanent collections include: City of Seattle, King County, Houston Fotofest, The Tacoma Glass Museum, WSU, The Ralph Lauren Collection. He currently sits on the board of the UW-Seattle extension photography program. Moving to Tacoma 7 years ago he was asked by the UW-Tacoma to create a masters class for photographers ready to pursue a professional career in their field of interest. The course was titled: The Art and Business of Photography. 2023 Davis is writing his life in photography and how his early life prepared him for a successful commercial photography career. I

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