Decks Awash, edition 3/20

$4,900
Decks Awash, edition 3/20
Alison Langley
dye sublimation onto aluminum, 30x45"

S/Y ALTAIR No. 4, edition 3/10

$1,150
S/Y ALTAIR No. 4, edition 3/10
Alison Langley
archival photographic print, 7x10.5"

S/Y SNOW STAR No. 1, edition 2/10

$1,150
S/Y SNOW STAR No. 1, edition 2/10
Alison Langley
archival photographic print, 7x10.5"

S/Y BEQUIA No. 2, edition 2/10

$1,150
S/Y BEQUIA No. 2, edition 2/10
Alison Langley
archival photographic print, 10x6.75”

S/Y JOYANT No. 1, edition 2/10

$1,150
S/Y JOYANT No. 1, edition 2/10
Alison Langley
archival photographic print, 10x6.75”


Bio

Alison Langley studied film at NYU and photography at RISD. Working at FLIX Animation, a film animation/special effects studio, took her to Australia where she learned to sail. For six years, she crewed on yachts and sailed around the world, taking photos all the while. Whether aboard a 130ft Brigantine sailing around Australia, or a Swan 651 through Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, classic wooden boats became her love and her focus. Alison’s work has been published in magazines such as Cruising World, Yachting, Sail, and Travel & Leisure as well as appearing frequently on the covers of national and international sailing magazines. Alison Langley has earned national recognition for her exquisite nautical photography, capturing the light, beauty and motion of classic yachts around the world.  

The Eggemoggin Reach Regatta in Brooklin, Maine, introduced Alison to the culture and beauty of the wooden boat scene. She moved to Midcoast Maine to be amongst some of the finest wooden boats in the world. Alison lives and works in Camden, Maine.