Angie Smith

Website - AngieSmithPhotography.com

Angie Smith was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. She picked up her first camera at the age of eleven. Her love of photography eventually led her to Bard College where she studied under the mentorship of Larry Fink. After working with Mr. Fink, she was encouraged to move to New York where she worked as a photo editor and photographer. Angie is currently based in Los Angeles, and she exhibits in galleries there and in New York. She works with National Geographic Student Expeditions internationally and has taught photography in London, Ecuador, Italy and Spain. She is represented by Redux Pictures and her clients include: The New York Times Magazine, The Sunday Times, New York Magazine, Forbes, GQ, ESPN, Men’s Health, Budget Travel and Nike. 

Angie Smith, Astoria Pool
The Collection
Astoria Pool

New York, 2005

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