He was the most kind and generous man I ever met. He taught me so much about so many things. Art … appreciation, creating, creativity … Even patience although he himself was always so impatient. As far as I’m concerned, Freddie was the teacher and when he died, school was out forever and it was then up to us to go out and make use of what we’d learned, what he’d taught us.

He was that rare being, a man who had impeccable taste and yet also the wherewithal to effect that taste. He was in private life exactly as he was when working in the studio. He didn’t care how much anything cost in terms of money or time or effort provided that the end result was as perfect as the idea he had first had in his mind. Quite simply, he got things done and those things were always done the way he wanted them done.

Peter Freestone

A beautiful portrait of Freddie by Simon Fowler

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