John H. Langmore
All prints in limited editions. B&W are gelatin silver and color are archival pigment prints.
John Langmore grew up in a family of photographers. His father, Bank Langmore, quit a corporate career to pursue photography in the 1970s. Bank quickly established himself as one of the preeminent photographers of the American West and his book, “The Cowboy”, is considered one of the seminal bodies of work on the subject. His mother opened a renowned portrait studio in San Antonio, Texas, which today is run by his brother and sister.
John took to photography later in life when his career as a corporate attorney moved him to Asia. John quickly developed the same passion for photography that has become his family legacy.
John’s work has been widely published and exhibited. John was a founding member of the Austin Center for Photography and in addition to having completed long-term projects on East Austin and Oaxaca, Mexico, John is currently working on a project on America's big outfit cowboys to be finished in 2015.
John lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, Erika, and his two sons, Jordan and Grant.