Freiman's multi-discplinary work is rendered in a variety of aesthetics and mediums including drawing, painting, and collage. Heavily influenced by the southern artists his mother collected, Freiman's work recalls the warmth, sense of place and soulfulness of Memphis based artists like Carol Cloar, Ted Faires, and the Mississippi based artist Walter Anderson.
Using those artists as a base, Freiman fused the regional aesthetics of the south with his own experiences traveling to and from the west coast where he was routinely exposed to California's car and surf scene, as well as artists like Robert Crumb, Raymond Pettibon and David Hockney.
Freiman paints white stoners without a clue, wasps that fetishize the exotic, and romantacized depictions of memories that long sense dissappeared into the ether after too many bong hits. His work focusses on identity, memory and place using names of cities and places as a vague guide for each viewer, asking each new person to think of their own time in transit and what place, if any, they fit in.