Ed Freeman started his professional career as a musician - first as a singer/songwriter and session guitarist, then an arranger for artists ranging from Carly Simon to Gregg Allman and Cher, then as a record producer for other singer/songwriters, including Don McLean. "American Pie," arranged and produced by Freeman, was judged one of the ten most important songs of the 20th century by a CNN national survey of music critics.
These days, Ed lives in Los Angeles, where he works in a wide variety of commercial and traditional photographic disciplines as well as experimental, photo-based art. His surreal figure studies and computer-enhanced landscapes have been exhibited in dozens of museums and galleries, both in this country and abroad, and have been the subject of two books and scores of magazine features; he has taught master classes in photo manipulation in venues from Las Vegas to Beijing. More of his work can be seen on his website, www.edfreeman.com.