Justin Langille is a Canadian documentary photographer based in Ottawa, Ontario. His work has been featured by Boreal Collective, The Walrus, The Tyee, Maisonneuve Magazine, Ms.Magazine, among others. In May 2014, he participated in the Contact Photography Festival Portfolio Reviews in Toronto. Some of his most recent work was featured in the 2015 Capture Photography Festival in Vancouver, B.C. He has also worked extensively as a social services worker in Housing First projects supporting those suffering from addiction, mental illness and homelessness in British Columbia and Ontario.

His photography considers the processes through which humanity and the natural environment structure one another. He is currently photographing projects concerning the Canadian housing industry and stewardship of the Ottawa River.

He spent the beginning of his career based in Vancouver, B.C. where he covered the impact of the 2010 Winter Olympics on the city during an internship for award-winning B.C. news web site The Tyee. In 2011, Justin and The Tyee reporters won gold for best online-only series at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards for Growing the Local Bounty, a series on the future of local agriculture in Canada for The Tyee Solutions Society.

He is currently completing an MA in anthropology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario.