Michael Friedman began taking pictures when his daughter was born a bit over 30 years ago and rapidly became addicted to photography.  Over the years he has had numerous exhibits in the New York City area of color and black and white photographs.  His subjects have included children, landscapes, foliage, the seaside, cityscapes, fresh food, locations around the world, and troubled people he encountered during his 40-year career as a social worker and public policy advocate.  This work has included homeless people as well as people with mental illness and families with seriously emotionally disturbed children.  His work is on permanent display in a number of schools and offices of not-for-profit and governmental organizations.

You can use the contact form on this website to reach Michael, who will respond to you personally.