Andy Freeberg alternates his photography endeavors between personal projects and assignment work. Andy was born in New York and studied at the University of Michigan. He began photographing with assignments for Rolling Stone, Time, The Village Voice, and Fortune, specializing in environmental portraits. His project Sentry: Gallery Desks in Chelsea was presented in a solo show at Danziger Projects in New York in September 2007, earning critical acclaim in The New York Times, The New Yorker, and other publications. His current project, Guardians of Russian Art Museums, was awarded the book prize at Photolucida Critical Mass 2008 in Portland, Oregon, and GUARDIANS is the subject of a monograph published in 2010. Guardians was also selected as a winner at the Hearst 8x10 Photography Biennial in New York. His work is represented in many collections including The George Eastman House, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and others.