Golden Gate Bridge by Andy Freeberg in San Francisco, California, USA

Phillip Chaney, Iron Workers/ Operating Engineer Supervisor at the Golden Gate Bridge 2012.

This photograph of Phil Chaney was taken underneath the bridge with him standing on a strut over the water. It’s quite a spectacular spot under the beautiful red bridge that spans across the Golden Gate. One of my favorite spots in area. This was taken for a project on the 75th Anniversary of the Bridge last year. A show, Gatekeepers, 30 portraits of Golden Gate Bridge workers is hanging at Fort Point in the Presidio now.

Name:Andy Freeberg

Place you live: San Francisco, California, USA

Place your photo was taken: Golden Gate Bridge

Can you sum up San Francisco? A world class city in a beautiful geographic location.

Occupation: Photographer

Preoccupation: Succulents

A perfect day in San Francisco? A hike in Marin, visit to SFMOMA, sunset at the beach.

If someone was visiting, what must they do? Make an appointment to visit Pier 24, a private photography museum.

A perfect meal in San Francisco? Lots of great food in the San Francisco area, Chez Panisse in Berkeley is one favorite.

What is the best thing about your spot? Great climate and nature so close to the city.

What is the worst? Sometimes too many tourists creating traffic jams.

A little known fact about where you live? The original name of San Francisco was Yerba Buena, meaning “good grass” or “good herb”.

Where is your favorite place in the world? The San Francisco Bay area

Who are your three favorite photographers? Robert FrankDiane ArbusHenri Cartier-Bresson