Joshua Levine

Photographer in New York

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RECENT :: Josh Levine photographer and writer showcased in Douglas Elliman Property's "Elliman Magazine" mag. spread of "Brooklyn Navy Yard"; "NYC's Best Restaurants/Queens" reviews, writing and photography Distribution New York Times, L.A. Times, Hamptons & other key markets. Oct., 2014 NBC TV "Open House NBC New York" national home makeover show featuring Fine Art Photography from Josh Levine New York Streets collection. -- Rutgers University -- Fine art sales to NYC art galleries and collectors -- "Circa Vietnam" portfolio nominated for L'oeil de la Photographie via NYC ASMP

-- "gorgeous, high impact" corporate headshots
-- stylish, unique editorial and fashion
-- high-end events and celebrations
-- Always looking to connect with makeup artists, techs, fixers, assistants, art buyers and others in NYC/East Coast, and beyond, who may be "on the same page" with me. Do you choose your clients and collaborators carefully? Worship excellence? Respect other peoples' time?

JOSHUA LEVINE is committed to both fine art and commercial photography and relishes their cross-pollenation when so desired. Joshua Levine is inspired by painters such as Vermeer and Millet for their dedication to gorgeous light and revealing the dreamlike layers they perceived, just beyond ordinary life. After fighting forest fires in Oregon, to living in a New Mexico ghost town, and co-founding the first American magazine in Vietnam, Josh returned to NYC with unforgettable stories and a fresh way of seeing the familiar. Today he is an experienced communicator across mediums and industries. His commercial instinct is to absorb and effectively convey the stories of smart, inspired people: their talents and passions, their businesses and products. Joshua Levine's photography and writing has been published in Life, Euromoney, The Star-Ledger and Harper's, Cookie, Elliman Magazine, Crain's NY Business and His fine art prints and photographs and environmental portraits reside in private collections. Hope to hear from you.

  • Work
    • Artist
  • Education
    • Franklin & Marshall College (B.A.)
    • Columbia University
    • NYU Fiction Workshop
    • International Center for Photography