As a photojournalist, Larry C. Price has amassed a wide range of experience and developed a versatile style that enables him to move easily from editorial work to corporate and advertising photography. Now based in Denver, Price has worked for five metropolitan newspapers, including The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Sun in Baltimore, the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram and The Denver Post. During the early 1990s, Price worked on contract with National Geographic.

His photographs have appeared in Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, Geo, National Geographic, LIFE, Audubon, Communication Arts and other national and international magazines and newspapers. Corporate clients, including IBM, HarperCollins Publishers and Olympus America Inc., also have used Price's photographs. At Olympus, Price is a designated "Visionary," one of 20 professional photographers contracted by the camera company to produce images and provide feedback on new product lines.

As a photographer at the Star-Telegram, Price 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, as a photographer for the Inquirer, for a portfolio documenting civil wars in Angola and El Salvador.

Price has been honored by the Overseas Press Club, World Press Photo Awards, the Pan American Press Association, the National Press Photographers Association and the Society of News Design. He also has participated in 13 Day in the Life projects, including the acclaimed "Day in the Life of America" and "Day in the Life of Africa."