Larry C. Price
Larry is a photojournalist from Dayton, Ohio.
Jay is a photojournalist from Dayton, Ohio.
An Olympus Visionary since 2003, Larry C. Price is a two-￼time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist.
Over his storied career, Larry has worked for some of North America’s largest newspapers, including The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Baltimore Sun, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and The Denver Post. He most recently served as a Director of Photography at the Cox Media Group in Ohio, publish- ers of the Dayton Daily News and owners of CBS affiliates WHIO TV and WHIO Radio.
As a photographer at The Star-Telegram, Larry won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for spot news photography for his coverage of the 1980 coup in Liberia. He won a second Pulitzer Prize for feature photography in 1985 for The Philadelphia Inquirer with a portfolio documenting civil wars in Angola and El Salvador. Additionally, Larry’s work has garnered honors from the Overseas Press Club, World Press Photo, the Pan American Press Association and the National Press Photographers Association. He also has contributed to 13 A Day in the Life book projects, including the acclaimed A Day in the Life of America and A Day in the Life of Africa.
Beyond newspapers, Larry’s photographs have appeared in numerous national and international publications, includ- ing National Geographic, TIME, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report and LIFE, and his past corporate clients include IBM and Harper-Collins Publishers.
Larry highlights the OM-D E-M5 as his favorite Olympus camera; most recently, he has put the camera to work shooting several documentary projects involving environmental themes around the world. Closer to home, he enjoys photographing botanical subjects, landscapes and urban architecture near his home in Dayton, Ohio.