is the London-based photographer, art director, and publisher exploring the infinitely unique narratives of humankind through a transnational lens. His pictures are at once hazy, fashionable and explicitly real, as he navigates the intersections of commercial fashion photos and documentary-style imagery. With an innate curiosity for everyday life, Freeman finds inspiration in ongoing events, art and the allure of strangers. He subsequently actualizes the pastel visual renderings that make him such a Promethean creative. He speaks about his pre-lockdown documentary project
, shot in Elista, Russia, which ngages with Europe’s largest Buddhist community and the especially rich culture which has emerged from it’s expansive array of ethnicities.