Lionel Freedman’s photo of Louis Kahn looking at his Yale University Art Gallery ceiling is included in the new book: “Richard Rogers A place for all people” published by Canongate Books Limited, UK 2017
About Lionel Freedman Archives
Lionel Freedman, 1919-2002, award winning studio photographer and film maker. Lionel Freedman worked as a freelance location photographer for major architectural and home decoration magazines. He later opened his own commercial studio in NYC where for forty years he designed, built, styled and photographed elegant room settings and still-life for high end advertising, primarily in the home furnishings industry. He is known for the unique lighting techniques he developed and the vibrant color of his studio photography and industrial films.
Towards the end of his life Lionel Freedman devoted his artistic energies to the emerging field of computer graphics and "his 'love affair and total addiction to the wonders of the Macintosh Computer."