About the Collection

George Lange has has traveled all over the world and crossed almost every genre of photography – from big studio shoots in LA  & NY to the most intimate encounters with remarkable people. For years he just took pictures everyday, never stopping take in the whole breath of the work, and understand how it all connects.

This past fall, George rented a small house in Boulder to be used as a printing studio and began the task of discovering the riches from his collection and making prints.  This first collection is from his film archive of images taken in the 90’s. Many were shot for editorial assignments with subjects well known. Most of these images have never been printed before – many never before seen.

The prints are made on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Baryta paper in strictly limited and signed editions at George’s studio. Sign up below if you would like to be notified as new images become available. Reach out to the studio for information on purchasing prints here.

About George Lange

George LangeI have written my biography so many times. It is like a person obsessed with
re-writing their will. When you write your bio you are circling your life and cherry picking what seems important at any given time.

The facts are pretty simple. Born in Pittsburgh and grew up in the house my mother grew up in. Was given a camera at the age of 7 and have been taking pictures everyday since.  Went to Rhode Island School of Design. Assisted Annie Leibovitz for a year during her transition from Rolling Stone to Vanity Fair. Began a career taking pictures for many magazines in NY. In the 90’s lived in Santa Monica and shot all around that world. Returned to NY after 9/11. I have shot in the entertainment world, the corporate world, the art world, the world of media. My pictures have appeared on magazine covers, billboards, annual reports, online…. but rarely until now as prints on walls.

I am asked all the time, “Who is the most amazing person you have ever met?” “What is the greatest picture you have ever taken?” Every time I give the same answer. YOU are the most amazing person I
have ever met, and the picture we are about to take is the most amazing picture I have ever taken.

My work is as much about listening as seeing. I use all of my senses to take pictures. Pictures only taken with your eyes are like eating something you can only see and never taste. I take pictures you can taste. And smell. And feel.

George LangeI have written my biography so many times. It is like a person obsessed with re-writing their will. When you write your bio you are circling your life and cherry picking what seems important at any given time.

The facts are pretty simple. Born in Pittsburgh and grew up in the house my mother grew up in.  Was given a camera at the age of 7 and have been taking pictures everyday since. Went to Rhode Island School of Design. Assisted Annie Leibovitz for a year during her transition from Rolling Stone to Vanity Fair.  Began a career taking pictures for many magazines in NY. In the 90’s lived in Santa Monica and shot all around that world. Returned to NY after 9/11.  I have shot in the entertainment world, the corporate world, the art world, the world of media. My pictures have appeared on magazine covers, billboards, annual reports, online….but rarely until now as prints on walls.

I am asked all the time, “Who is the most amazing person you have ever met?” “What is the greatest picture you have ever taken?” Every time I give the same answer. YOU are the most amazing person I have ever met, and the picture we are about to take is the most amazing picture I have ever taken.

My work is as much about listening as seeing. I use all of my senses to take pictures. Pictures only taken with your eyes are like eating something you can only see and never taste. I take pictures you can taste. And smell. And feel