Larry Angier


Larry Angier – Jackson, California – Larry Angier travels rural America and the Balkan Region photographing people, places and the cultural landscape. Beginning in his teens, he studied under Al Weber, Ansel Adams, Steve Crouch and other West-Coast masters. At his Jackson, California, studio he uses digital tools to craft his photographs into both fine-art prints and canvas in his electronic print lab. His work spans more than 40 years based in California’s Mother Lode.

In high school in the 1970s, he attained the rank of Eagle Scout, 4-H Country All Star
and awarded the President’s Gold Medallion, Young American Award by President
Gerald R. Ford.

Larry’s editorial photography appears in RANGE, Photo Technique, VIA,  and Nevada magazines. Sutter Gold Mine, Amador Vintners, Sutter Amador Hospital and Amador Council of Tourism, feature his corporate, commercial and promotional photography. Recent books showcasing his work include Red Meat Survivors (2010) Go West (2012), Eight Centuries of Mileševa Monastery” (2013, photographs of the historic Serbian monastery), The Good, the bad, & the bovine (2017), The Magnificent American West (2018), and The Serbian Christian Heritage of America, 1815-2019 (2019).

His work is in the collections of the University of the Pacific, Stockton, National Steinbeck Center, Salinas, the Museum of Northeastern Nevada, Elko, Nev. several California Missions and the Father Serra Museum in Petra, Mallorca. Recent exhibitions include the Mission Portfolio Workshop series, reVisions and The Sacred Expedition at the National Steinbeck Center, Salinas, (2009-2014), Orthodoxy in America at the National Ethnographic Museum, Belgrade, Serbia, Add Art, Jackson. Larry’s Amador County photography is on permanent display at the Jackson Rancheria Resort and Casino Hotel, Jackson and the Amador Commission of Tourism visitor’s center in Sutter Creek.

Larry is a long-time member of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), American Farm Bureau Federation (FB) and the Amador Council of Tourism (ACT). He is the editor emeritus of ASMP’s NorCal Quarterly and is the webmaster for RANGE magazine. He teaches photo workshops in electronic photography, lighting and fine-art portfolio production.

Larry is the technical advisor, an  instructor and the archivist for Shooting the West, an annual photography symposium in Winnemucca, Nevada since 1990.

You may enjoy more of Larry’s work at <>, follow him on Twitter <@larryangier> Facebook: <> & <>, on Instagram <@sacred_icons>, or find him on Google+ (including his short films on YouTube).

Amador County’s Photographer™ |