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General Contact:

Photographer and project manager: Scott Langley


Phone: If the request requires a response in less than 48 hours, please call (518) 768-1867 and leave a detailed message. Project office is located in New York, which is in the Eastern Standard Time Zone (GMT - 5).

Mailing address: Death Penalty Photo, ATTN: Scott Langley, P.O. Box 89, Ghent, NY 12075 (USA)

Video Requests

The 10 minute video documentary taken of the execution chamber in North Carolina is available for educational and other programmatic use. A free DVD quality version is available for educators and activists upon request via email.

Copyright Information and Photo Requests

All photographs and video on this website are copyrighted and must be cleared through Scott Langley for both print and web use.

All photographs are available for commercial purchase, academic and educational use, publication purposes and personal collections. Rates vary, and in some cases, are free of charge in situations that qualify. Please contact Scott Langley for more information and to arrange for permission and to obtain your requested images.

When requesting digital files for high quality reproduction purposes, please specify which photo(s) you are inquiring about, and your production deadline.

If you are seeking to host an exhibit or to arrange for Scott Langley to present at an event, please visit the exhibit page.

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Documents of Interest

A list of documents referenced throughout the website that are available to you: (all are PDF documents and require Adobe Reader to view)

"It would become harder to execute men one after another, as is done in our country today, if those executions were translated into vivid images in the popular imagination."

~ Albert Camus

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