In The Media
Freck has been in the media for decades. His public following comes from his many interviews and mentions in media articles as well as op-eds. (Click for EPK) Three main areas of media coverage keep the public hungry for more: LIFESTYLE, HISTORY, and THE VREELANDS.
Culturally relevant and fascinating aspects of bon vivant Freck’s life, travel, homes and adventures have been reported on in diverse publications ranging from Archeology; Avenue; Departures; New York Post; to Vanity Fair and many more.
Community Profile: Career Diplomat
Illustration for Avenue Magazine
Freck’s humanitarian and political commentary has appeared on CNN; in Corriere della Sera; in The New York Times Op-Eds, etc.
Vanessa Somers Art Project
On Reflection: A university-wide exhibition
JOHN CABOT UNIVERSITY
Former US Ambassador to Morocco, Frederick Vreeland, Recalls His Friendship with President H. W. Bush and his Time in Morocco
MOROCCO ON THE MOVE
Vreeland, The Kennedy Counselor: “Biden?
He Will Be A Great Mediator.”
CORRIERE DELLA SERA
On The Market: Frederick Vreeland’s Surprisingly Affordable Marrakech Mansion
Freck’s famous iconic mother and family are always fascinating and in the news. Freck has made appearances in documentaries, films such as The Eye Has To Travel, about Diana Vreeland and Monk With A Camera, featuring the story of Freck’s son, Nicky and his life as a Tibetan Buddhist monk and in fact, more is on tap with Meryl Streep signed to play Diana Vreeland in a Netflix production.
Immoderation: On Sharing an Idol
LESLEY M.M. BLUME
THE PARIS REVIEW
Ahead of a New Book, Diana Vreeland’s Grandson Alexander Vreeland Recalls Her Impeccable Eye for the Unexpected
Andy Warhol and Diana Vreeland, New York City, 1976
Life Lessons from Diana Vreeland
The Cult Of Diana