Howard Frisk is a freelance photographer residing in Puyallup, Washington. As a Washington State native, he grew up exploring the mountains, grasslands and seashores of the Great Pacific Northwest at every opportunity. Now his favorite activity is taking photo road trips around the Evergreen State, always trying to capture the beauty that awaits those who seek it.
Howard's photographs have been on display in exhibitions at Premier Gallery and Gallery Three in Puyallup as well as the Northwest International Exhibition of Photography and Washington State Photographers Exhibition in Puyallup. His photographs were on display as part of the Harvest: The Bounty of Washington photography exhibition at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle from July through December 2015 as well as the Walking the Neighborhood exhibition which ran from October 2017 to March 2018. His photographs have been published in numerous Seattle and Washington State travel guides.
The Washington state travel web site, ScenicWA.com recently published an article written by Howard.
In June of 2017 the local newspaper Northwest Prime Time published an article written by Howard describing the Seven Wonders of Washington State. You can read the article on their web site below.
Beginning with the ancient Greeks and continuing through the middle ages, people believed everything was made of four basic elements: air, earth, fire and water. Photographer Howard Frisk has created a photographic series that illustrates some of the ways that we humans can experience each of the four elements. Click on the banner ad at the bottom of the age for details.