Don Freeman is an American artist, filmmaker and

photographer. His work has appeared in Vogue,

The World of Interiors, Elle Décor and Architectural Digest,
international galleries and private collections, and four books:

Artists' Handmade Houses (Abrams 2011);

The Hotel Book: Great Escapes North America, (Taschen 2006)
and Ted Muehling; a portrait by Don Freeman (Rizzoli 2008).
and My Familiar Dream (1991) which is in the permanent collections
of the Getty and Victorian Albert Museum in London.

 

His film work includes the feature length documentary
Art House (completed in October of 2014),

Tires, Velvet, Paws (In post production), short videos for

Sherwin-Williams, Garo Sparo Atelier, and a music video
for Japanese recording artist Tomoyo Harada.

 

Don grew up surrounded by the stark natural

beauty of Bainbridge Island, Washington.

He studied advertising design at Northern Arizona

University and fine art at San Francisco’s Academy of Art.
In 1982 he moved to New York to pursue painting, and
had one-man shows at White Columns, Hallways,

Elga Wimmer Gallery, Jayne Baum and others.

 

He lives in New York City.