Peter Langer, B.A., B.Sc., M. A. is one of Canada's leading travel photographers. His photographs have appeared worldwide and have been exhibited on several continents. He is also an award-winning travel writer and is actively engaged in the international educational, arts and travel & tourism communities.
Peter Langer is the Managing Director of Associated Media Group, a company specialized in the creation of photography, multi-image shows and videos. He has travelled to over 160 countries and his professional photographic material is widely sought after by a large number of publishers, governments and international airlines and tour operators. His services are frequently used in high quality industry and consumer presentations.
Peter Langer's photographic material and articles has appeared in over 100 magazines and many books worldwide. He is proud to include among his clients some of the world's leading magazines and publishers; advertising agencies, public broadcasters, government agencies, tourism offices, airlines, cruise lines, destination management companies and global tour operators.
Peter Langer was also the editor of the Pacific Asia Travel News, a journal of travel agents on the Asia-Pacific region, which was issued on behalf of the Pacific Asia Travel Association, PATA. He has also organized marketing campaigns and training seminars for the travel and tourism industry for professionals and consumers.
The Ultimate Traveller
Mr. Langer has also made a strong contribution to educational program development and implementation at the post-secondary level and has lectured on cultural anthropology, geography, art, history, travel and tourism subjects in North America, South America, Asia & Europe.
Currently Peter Langer is also actively engaged in a series of travel presentations in Canada, called "The Ultimate Traveller".
These shows take the audience on a musical and photographic journey with a multi-image presentation, followed by a talk where aspects of the geography, history and culture of the featured countries or regions are discussed.After attending the presentations, you will feel persuaded to find out more about these faraway lands and peoples. Each talk ends with a question and answer session.