Angier+Fox, Celebrating Rural America & beyond

About Angier+Fox, Celebrating Rural America & beyond

Larry Angier and Carolyn Fox travel rural America and now in Seriba and Greece extensively shooting what they love: the people, the places and the cultural landscape. 

Larry's editorial work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Nevada, VIA, and RANGE. His commercial and industrial photography is used regularly by AT&T, Amador Council of Tourism, and Amador Vintners Association. His books include America's Heartland (2002), California 24/7, Nevada 24/7, Portrait of the West (2004), Cowboys and Country (2007), This Land of the Free (2008), Revisions: Mission San Juan Bautista (2013), The Sacred Expedition (2014). His work is featured annually in the Browntrout line of calendars.

Carolyn's editorial work is also featured in RANGE, Nevada, Sierra Heritage and others. Here work appears annually in the Browntrout line of calendars.

Besides ASMP, Larry is a member of NAPP, and the Farm Bureau. He is the editor of NorCal Quarterly the news magazine of ASMP, Northern California Chapter and webmaster of RANGE magazine. He teaches private workshop in small camera lighting, electronic photography, and fine-art portfolio production. He is a regular presenter, archivist and technical advisor for Shooting the West, an annual photography seminar in Winnemucca, Nev.

Larry's fine-art photography has been exhibited throughout California and The West and in Belgrade, Serbia. His work is in many museum, corporate and private collections including the Museum of Northeast Nevada, University of the Pacific, The National Steinbeck Center, El Dorado Savings Bank, American Airlines and others.

Carolyn's fine-art photography has shown at California State Fair, The Steinbeck Center and The Eastman House.