Dog Photography Feature in Photographer's Forum Magazine
When I was a part-time student at City College of San Francisco - running between my Intro to Darkroom Printing class and my Intro to Studio Lighting class and my portfolio reviews and my hours and hours in the photo lab - I would see this beautiful magazine sitting on tables and scattered throughout the campus. I revered it, and loved how well it was curated. Photographer's Forum Magazine highlights what they call 'emerging professionals' which really just means photographers who are young in their careers (15 years or less maybe?) and are making waves in the art community.
The editors of Photographer's Forum Magazine put a lot of time and effort into finding contemporary photographers who are consistently making good work with a strong visual message. Needless to say, I was very honored when one of their writers reached out to me a few months ago asking if the magazine could do a feature on me in their Summer Issue. Of course, I said!
Their printing and reporting and layout is just top notch, and I'm so honored to have my work grace the pages of this wonderful magazine.
You can also read an excerpt of the article online: https://pfmagazine.com/2018/magazine/jesse-freidin-exploring-the-canine-and-human-bond/