Photographs by Georgie Friedman
In 2010, Friedman collaborated with a pair of engineers to take a series of photographs from 90,000–100,000 feet above the earth. High-altitude balloons carried automated digital cameras into the thin air and freezing temperatures of the stratosphere.
Download Photographs by Georgie Friedman with an appreciation by PDR arts editor, Joshi Radin.
You can also view the photographs in our online gallery.
Georgie Friedman has her MFA (video, ﬁlm and photography) from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in conjunction with Tufts University, and her BA (studio art: photography) from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Her current projects include video installations, video and ﬁlm experimental narratives, and several photographic series.