John D. Freyer is an interdisciplinary artist and author of the book All My Life for Sale (Bloomsbury 2002) In 2005 had his first solo museum exhibition at the Everson Museum in Syracuse, New York, titled Aftermarket. In 2006, the University of Iowa Museum of Art unveiled Big Boy, a monumental found-art sculpture, which was accompanied by an artist’s monograph with an essay by Martha Buskirk. In 2003 he co-created with documentary filmmaker Christopher Wilcha "Second Hand Stories," a television series pilot that investigates second-hand practices and economies across the United States. Freyer's book about the Second Hand Stories project will be published by Bloomsbury. Freyer lives in Iowa City, Iowa, where he received his MFA in Photography from the University of Iowa, and where he is a frequent producer of Audio Postcards for NPR’s All Things Considered.