Bruce Frisch finds, captures the beauty of Norfolk in photography

Two girls at the Norfolk Farmers Market photographed by Bruce Frisch, whose work will be displayed at Norfolk Artists & Friends exhibition on Thursday, Aug. 1. Photo by Bruce Frisch

NORFOLK— Bruce Frisch recalls the moment when his passion for photography was ignited. 

The year was 1951, and the budding photographer captured a dramatic image of a blazing house fire with his new Rolleiflex camera. 

“I sold my first photo to the Haverhill Gazette for $6,” smiled Frisch, who was living in Massachusetts at the time. 

These days, Frisch calls Norfolk home. He and his wife, Sue, transplants from Brooklyn, N.Y., have been deeply involved in the community since the early 1970s. 

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