Ed Freeman is known for his striking and somewhat eerie suburban photography. His latest series is titled 'Abandoned And Isolated Signs of Human Beings' and captures a series of storefront facades that are located in remote areas across America.
Ed began his career as a guitarist and road manager on The Beatles' last tour and later set his sights on a more visually artistic past-time. His isolated architecture series captures abandoned gas stations, cafes and laundromats that are located in the middle of the dessert.
In addition to his suburban photography, Ed Freeman also specializes in rural landscape imagery and has also created a variety of stunning portraits featuring human subjects. His visuals are captivating and understated and are reminiscent of stills from a Wes Anderson film.
Remote Suburban Photography
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