Freddy Clark’s career took a couple of twists and turns before becoming a beverage and food  photographer. Out of college he started working in radio as an on-air DJ and production director, moving between a couple of rock stations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. After a decade working full time in radio, he felt it was time for a change and he started on a path in technology. Photography got in his blood when his daughter was born. Wanting to learn more and more, he began reading, studying the work of others and attending workshops. He dabbled in a lot of different photography pursuits – portraits, street, and landscapes. After a few years shooting weddings for other studios, he was asked to take food shots for a local restaurant. He found his calling. Because he was into craft beer, one rainy day he started photographing some bottles in his garage and the way forward was clear to him. Now he works for beverage brands, bars and restaurants. He’s taught photography workshops for Princeton Photo Workshops, Canon and independently. 

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