Thousands of commuters cross the Golden Gate Bridge every day on their way to work. But for the people in Andy Freeberg’s photographs, the bridge itself is a workplace. Freeberg captured the bridge’s human side with individual portraits of engineers, painters, toll takers, and others responsible for the daily care and safety of the bridge.
- Video: Andy Freeberg
- Slideshow: Gatekeepers
- Installation Views
An artist and photojournalist based in San Francisco, Andy Freeberg develops work that ironically challenges the fine art world. His photographs have been featured in exhibitions at the Chelsea Art Museum, New York; Haggerty Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and the Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, and are included in many private and public collections.