Seattle, WA, United States
Nancy LeVine is an award winning photographer who travels worldwide on a variety of assignments. Her project ‘Senior Dogs Across America’ has been featured on a number of blogs including The New York Times LENS Blog and Lens Culture. A solo show of this work opened at the Houston Center for Photography on May 4, 2012. Nancy has worked with David Horsey, Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, on a multimedia series, ‘Escape Into America’ for MSNBC.com. It received over one million views. Her client resume is extensive and it includes Seattle Children’s Hospital, Starbucks, and PBS. The first phase of her career was focused on fashion and personalities in New York and Paris. Her work has appeared in numerous publications such as L’Officiel de la Couture (Paris) and The New York Times. She has a book published called ‘A Dog’s Book of Truths’. Her work has been selected to appear in American Photo, The Photo Review, and American Photography Annual website as well as in gallery shows in New York and Seattle. The New Britain Museum of American Art collects her work. Nancy completed her Master of Arts degree at NYU/ICP. She currently lives in New York and Seattle where she does assignment work and is working on new photographic projects.
has traveled throughout the United States to photograph elderly dogs. These portraits capture the essence of the old dogs completely at ease in the loving environments where some have lived for more than 21 years.