Scott Langley is a free-lance photojournalist and political community organizer, currently based in Ghent, New York (upstate near Albany). From 1996-2000, he was a Texas press photographer for various media outlets in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Since 2000, he has since been an independent photojournaist in the states of Massachusetts, New York and North Carolina.
Scott Langley's photography work has been wide spread throughout the world in recent years. Scotts work has appeared in the Boston Globe, on the Associated Press wire, the Reuters wire, CNN.com, ABC.com, the Washington Post, PBS, Essence Magazine, Amnesty International publications, and much more.
In addition to news print media, Scott's work has appeared in magazines, books, almanacs, theater productions, documentary movies, TV commercials, on t-shirts, and in calendars.
The focus of his work is on documentary photography, including events, weddings, political activism, visual sociology and news photojournalism.
Since 2005, his major documentary project on the death penalty has been exhibited by Amnesty International in Germany, Denmark, Norway, the UK at Harvard University in Massachusetts, Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and in Washington DC. Additionally, Scott travels around the country showing his photos and giving talks about various human rights issues.
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Photo Exhibitions (in print)
* = hosted by Amnesty InternationalPresentations and Lectures (in person)
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Experience with various national and international design companies, marketing companies, and advertising companies. Scott has also done work that has appeared in video documentaries, on t-shirts, calendars, magazines, newspapers, and ads. Other experience includes weddings, concerts and special events.Some clients include:
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First Place from North American Street Newspaper Association (2003)
From the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association
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Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Minor in Psychology, May 1999
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Photography studies at Southern Methodist University and the New England School of Photography.