Stuart Freedman has been a photojournalist since 1991 and has worked for all the leading international news magazines and newspapers including Life; Geo; Time; Der Spiegel; Newsweek; The Sunday Times Magazine; The Guardian and Paris Match, covering stories from Albania to Afghanistan and from former Yugoslavia to Haiti.
His work has been recognised in many awards, including Amnesty International Pictures of the Year; The World Sports Photo Award; The Royal Photographic Society and UNICEF.
Freedman has exhibited widely including solo shows at Visa Pour L'Image at Perpignan; The Scoop Festival, Anjou; The Leica Gallery, Germany; The Foire du Livre, Brussels and The Museum of Ethnography, Stockholm.
In 2016, his second book, The Palaces of Memory was a finalist at POYi for Best Photography Book of the Year and was chosen for The American Photography Annual. His latest book The Englishman and the Eel was published by Dewi Lewis in 2017 and featured in The American Photography Annual.
Freedman continues to write and photograph for a variety of editorial and commercial clients and is a member of Panos Pictures in London.