Freeman Huber Law’s principal member, Shelton “Tony” Freeman, was previously a shareholder at Deconcini, McDonald, Yetwin & Lacy P.C. for almost two decades before leaving the firm in the Spring of 2013 to launch Freeman Law PLLC. He and his team bring a passion to their work that extends beyond their primary legal services.

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Tony in particular brings his outside passions to the firm through his nature photography. Tony has been a participant and support of Flagstaff’s First Friday ArtWalk for several years. He transforms his Flagstaff office into a gallery and reception space for the event, every month from April through September each year. Tony supports the arts as a sponsor of major art events in the community, including exhibitions at the Coconino Center for the Arts.

From his positive experiences during Flagstaff’s ArtWalk, Tony launched Nature Exposed Photography. In his own words, from his website:

“Taking pictures on a leisurely hike through the woods in Jackson Hole, Wyoming started it all!

“Then a trip to Alaska with a new camera, lenses and a website (so that my mom could track our journey from home while she battled cancer) resulted in more incredible encounters with wildlife as well as the beautiful scenery in Western Canada and Alaska led to a number of great images. This has turned into love of the outdoors and passion for capturing unique glimpses of nature all over the globe.

“After timidly showing my photos at my 2 law offices with incredible responses and 2 Art Walks, I was encouraged to explore further the art of nature photography. I’ve had the good fortune to travel to some wonderful parts of the planet including the Southwest and safari in Tanzania amongst a pride of lions!

“From the beaches in Mexico, to the wildflowers in the desert, the geography of southern Utah, the bears in Alaska and the lions in Tanzania, I invite you to enjoy my images of Nature Exposed.”

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