Hello friends,

It's been such a difficult month and I hope you can take a few minutes and escape into some art.

It's my pleasure to share my work via this catalog. I'm offering new work in both color and black & white. Some work is available through me, other work is available through the Susan Spiritus Gallery and the Duncan Miller Gallery.

In 2021 I began a wonderful collaboration with master printer Khodr Cherri and my work jumped to another level! 

Cherri's resume of 30 years in fine art printing and production includes the following clients: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Annenberg Space of Photography, Bergamot Station Arts Center, Fahey Klein Gallery, Leica Gallery, Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton, Annie Leibovitz, Matthew Rolston, Norman Jean Roy, Dan Winter, Diego Utchitel, Frank Ockenfels III and many others.

10% of sales will go to UNICEF.

Thank you for looking at my work and please share this catalog with any other art lovers!

All the best to you and yours,

Click on this link to see the holiday catalog!

Laurie Freitag is an iPhone photographer specializing in documenting children and their habitats in Los Angeles, California.

Her early years, spent in the Bronx, Coney Island and Far Rockaway N.Y. influence her work with themes of childhood, memory & mortality.

After spending 20 years working in TV news, Laurie Freitag found her true passion working as a nanny. She was lucky to work with families that allowed her to document the days. Her series, "The Lost Years" documents the years before the age of seven-years-old, the years most adults can't remember.

Her series, “The Lost Years” and “In the Garden at Chislehurst” have been exhibited internationally in galleries from Los Angeles to Paris, Athens and Barcelona.

She was listed as 1 of 20 best female photographers for 2021 by The Phoblographer Magazine and was named a “Top 100” photographer by YourDailyPhotograph for 2022 and 2023.

Her documentary work with children won the prestigious Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Women in 2022 and she was named a Critical Mass 200 Finalist 2023.