Armand Sarlangue is a full-time photographer for the past 16 years.
Son of a pro photographer, visual arts have always been a passion since childhood and he always had a camera in his hands since young age.
He started working as a documentary and studio photographer in collaboration with his father at the age of 20 and continued for more than 10 years to work together.
After his dad passed away from cancer, he decided to focus exclusively on his true passion, nature photography.
He’s now a photography educator and workshop leader, as well as NFT artist.
He believes that photography can be a powerful way to raise awareness about conservation, by helping others to connect with the secret beauty of nature.
Photography is a way for him to tell his own inner stories about our world, using nature’s shapes and colors as words.
It’s also the last connection he has with his dad.
Being in the most remote places and capturing the artistic expression of the natural world is what motivates him.
His landscape images have been awarded tens of times, and exhibited internationally by institutions like the California Academy of Sciences, Exposure Photography Festival, Siena Photography Festival, and others. He recently won the grand prize of the biggest international Aerial photography award, The Siena Drone Awards, with his signature image « Big Bang ».
His work can be seen in several photo books, and have been published by media such as Natgeo, Geo Magazine, M6 TV, France TV, The Guardian, Paris Match, Vanity Fair, Australian Photography Magazine, BBC News, The Times, and many others.