michaeldavidfriberg:


Before the Olympics, I photographed American distance runner Galen Rupp at a training session for ESPN the Magazine. Nick Galac gave me a lot of freedom to do my thing and I had a blast sprinting around the track trying to catch him in the turns. Here he is, totally wrecked after finishing the workout. 
I know everybody does this type of thing but looking back on this year, I’m totally amazed and humbled at the photos i’ve gotten to make and the people i’ve gotten to meet so I’m going to post some of my favorite photos from my favorite projects/assignments. When I quit my crappy job at a brew pub late last September, I wasn’t totally sure if it was even possible to make a living freelancing in Salt Lake City without shooting babies and weddings. I was newly married and my incredible wife believed in me even when it seemed insane to try and make this photography thing work. She is a constant source of encouragement and she is a saint for putting up with the erratic schedule/travel. 
I cannot express how thankful I am to everybody who has helped me out along the way. I definitely did not make this happen on my own and that is not lost on me. 

still one of my favorite series

michaeldavidfriberg:

Before the Olympics, I photographed American distance runner Galen Rupp at a training session for ESPN the Magazine. Nick Galac gave me a lot of freedom to do my thing and I had a blast sprinting around the track trying to catch him in the turns. Here he is, totally wrecked after finishing the workout. 

I know everybody does this type of thing but looking back on this year, I’m totally amazed and humbled at the photos i’ve gotten to make and the people i’ve gotten to meet so I’m going to post some of my favorite photos from my favorite projects/assignments. When I quit my crappy job at a brew pub late last September, I wasn’t totally sure if it was even possible to make a living freelancing in Salt Lake City without shooting babies and weddings. I was newly married and my incredible wife believed in me even when it seemed insane to try and make this photography thing work. She is a constant source of encouragement and she is a saint for putting up with the erratic schedule/travel. 

I cannot express how thankful I am to everybody who has helped me out along the way. I definitely did not make this happen on my own and that is not lost on me. 

still one of my favorite series

12/19/12