Nancy Langer Photography
During my extensive travels to all seven continents I accumulated a large collection of images from my experiences. My passion is documenting nature but I also photograph other cultures around the world and cityscapes in New York City, where I live. My itineraries included among other countries: India, China, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, Myanmar, Kenya, Uganda, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Peru, Galapagos, Antarctica, The Falkland Islands, Manitoba Canada, the Pantanal in Brazil, Alaska, Panama, Iceland, and many states in the United States, including a rafting trip through the Grand Canyon. I feel privileged to have observed and photographed many animal species that are endangered and listed as vulnerable.
I produced a solo exhibit of my wildlife and landscape images in New Rochelle, NY a few years ago and am currently exhibiting several of my nature photos at the Stride Arts gallery in New York City. I also exhibited in several juried and non-juried group shows. A few years ago I presented a slide show of my trip to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands in my hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota and this past June gave a presentation about my adventure to the Pantanal in Brazil, again in Minneapolis. I recently created a YouTube video titled “A Photo Memoir of My Pantanal Adventure.” Last year I published a book titled “My Life In the East 50s” with a history and images of my neighborhood in New York City.
I am active in two photography groups in New York City: Professional Women Photographers and Sierra Photo NYC, a subgroup of the National Sierra Club where I am in my 5th year acting as speaker coordinator.