Lawrence “Larry” Fried (1926-1983) learned photography after serving in World War II. He attended the University of Miami after the war was over. He then moved to New York City and began his freelance career, which would last more than 30 years. Fried’s work was featured in magazines like Newsweek, Collier’s, and The Saturday Evening Post. He was the president of the American Society of Magazine Photographers for three terms, and he was a founder of Image Bank, which represents the work of over 300 photographers.
Fried created four covers for The Saturday Evening Post.