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Larry Angier
Jackson, California

Larry Angier has traveled the rural West with camera since he was a teen. His work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, VIA, Men’s Journal and RANGE. He has shot for AT&T, Georgia-Pacific, Amador Commission on Tourism, and the Nevada Commission on Tourism. His work appears in many books. Larry is a member of the American Society of Magazine Photographers (ASMP) and editor of its news magazine, NorCal Quarterly, Editorial Photographers (EP), National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), the California Farm Bureau and is technical advisor and archivist for Shooting the West, an annual photography seminar in Winnemucca, Nev. Larry is Webmaster of and creates custom giclée and canvas photographs for himself and selected photographers.

You can see more of his photography at Contact him via e-mail, or phone: 209-223-2881 or 209-765-3104.

Marilyn Newton
Reno, Nevada

Marilyn Newton has worked for the Reno Gazette-Journal since 1963. But that wasn't her first job. She started her journalism career six years earlier when, at the tender age of 12, she was hired by the Carson City Nevada Appeal as a papergirl. She was among the first paid papergirls in the country. Her first story was published at the age of 12 and her first photo was published a year later. She continued working for the Appeal throughout high school. Within a week of being hired by the Gazette she wrote her first front-page story and within six months she was packing a camera.

Marilyn has won close to 400 national, regional and state awards. In 1978 and 2006 she won the Sweepstakes Award for the National Federation of Press Women. In 1992 she was named Nevada Photographer of the Year. In 2002 she was inducted into the Nevada Newspaper Hall of Fame. In 2005 she was made an honorary colonel in the Nevada National Guard.

She has published three books. Two were collaborative efforts. The first was a photo book of the great Nevada flood of 1997. The second, also published in 1997, was the "Donner Party Chronicles," written by Frank X. Mullen, with Marilyn's photographs. Words and photos in "Alkali Angels," published in 2004, was all Marilyn.That book records Nevada’s historic graveyards.

Linda Dufurrena
Winnemucca, Nevada

Linda Dufurrena lives with her husband Buster on a remote high-desert ranch between Winnemucca, Nevada, and the Oregon line. Dufurrena Sheep & Cattle Company livestock range from the Bilk Creek Mountains to the east and the Pine Forest Range to the west. Their outfit borders the Black Rock Desert.

Linda’s prize-winning photographs cover all aspects of life in her desert corner of Nevada, finding subject matter in the landscape, and in the ever-changing patterns of the desert atmosphere. She photographs the creatures that inhabit the wild spaces, and the men and women who live and work there.

Linda’s work hangs in the Nevada State Legislature, hotels including John Ascuaga’s Nugget and the Carson Valley Inn (more than 2,000 photos) and professional buildings in the Truckee Meadows, as well as numerous private collections. Her work has been featured in Persimmon Hill, Nevada Magazine, RANGE, and others. She has exhibited at the Northeastern Nevada Museum in Elko, Nevada; Orozco Restaurante, Sparks, Nevada; High Desert Museum, Bend, Oregon; Heritage Bank, Reno, Nevada; and at Dufurrena Gallery at the ranch.

“Fifty Miles From Home, Riding the Long Circle on a Nevada Family Ranch,” published by University of Nevada Press and available from RANGE magazine, features Linda’s photographs and daughter-in-law Carolyn Dufurrena’s prose. Linda’s photos have illustrated dozens of covers for university books and catalogs in Nevada and Utah, and framed prints hang at Reno-Tahoe International Airport and at Pennington Medical Building.

Linda is an organizer of “Shooting the West” (now in its 21st year), a photography seminar held in Winnemucca, Nevada, each March and attracting more than 300 registrants.

She occasionally offers photography classes with her artist