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About Charlie Lansche

Charlie's love and passion for the West, with its abundant wildlife, dramatic landscapes and hard-scrabble inhabitants, has always been an inspiring force in his life. As a boy in California, he dreamed of a life in the faraway Rocky Mountains and often hand-sketched images of rugged ridgelines, sagebrush plains, and deep river valleys. In the early 70's, Charlie's parents moved their young family to Idaho seeking an outdoor life and lifestyle for their two boys. Charlie and his brother, Jake, spent their formative years hunting, fishing and exploring Idaho's remote backcountry rivers, arid valleys, and windswept mountain ranges. Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Utah proved to be the West of Charlie's boyhood imagination. 

Charlie graduated from the University of Utah and pursued his love of the outdoors by working in marketing and communications for the Utah ski industry for 16 years. He was then recruited by one of the world's largest financial services firms to help establish brand and corporate image in the West. Through his personal and professional experiences, Charlie developed a deep appreciation for photography and outdoor imagery. While he worked with photography for years as an art-director for national advertising and as a sports model for a number of world class photographers, it wasn't until 2010 that he fully embraced his own calling as a photographer.

Charlie along with his wife Coni, established C.M. Lansche Images in 2012. Since that time, they have produced thousands of fine art images for private collectors, corporate art collections, and Charlie's images have been published in numerous national magazines. 

Long-time residents of Summit County, Utah, in 2017 Charlie and Coni sold their home in Oakley, Utah and moved into their cabin on the edge of the Henry's Fork of the Snake River in Island Park, Idaho. 

For Charlie, each day brings the promise of adventure and the excitement that comes with witnessing the wonders that abound in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Charlie is typically out well before dawn and home after dark, capturing natural images, landscapes, weather, and wildlife. 

Charlie loves sharing his photography with those who have a passion for nature and wild places, and takes great pride in introducing visitors to the vast area of wilderness he calls home. He and Coni are now taking their small business to another level by opening the Last Chance Gallery in June 2018 at 3330 N. Highway 20 in Island Park, Idaho.
 

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