Mike Langner, former Station Manager of KHFM

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© Charles Rushton
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From the Advocates for the Arts Series. For many years, Mike Langner kept the classical music station, KHFM, on the air with chewing gum and bailing wire. He started off as a volunteer and ended up general manager of the station. He did a lot to promote art and classical music in the Albuquerque and Santa Fe area.

This portrait is in my book, Insights: The Portraiture of Charles R. Rushton.

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  • Paolo Pizzimenti

    Paolo Pizzimenti (Deleted) gave props (27 Nov 2007):

    It's always very nice to see people at their work, they are so spontaneous and they never pose. Like very much the light, the contrast and of course the construction of the picture.

  • Frederic Frognier

    Frederic Frognier (Deleted) said (27 Nov 2007):

    Excellent portrait.
    I really like the background.
    That guy seems fascinating...

  • Brian Duffy

    Brian Duffy gave props (28 Nov 2007):

    Excellent enviromental portrait, nice lighting too.

  • judy fouse

    judy fouse gave props (29 Nov 2007):

    He definitely has on his 'on the job' face. Great capture.

  • william zimpel

    william zimpel said (18 Jul 2008):

    N i c e ! william

  • Susan B. Griffith

    Susan B. Griffith   said (22 Nov 2011):

    A wonderful link between the man and his working environment.

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