Appearing on The Today Show finding homes for senior dog rescues. And sharing my book project, 'Senior Dogs Across America'

Appearing on Evening Magazine / Seattle. Showcasing my work with senior dogs.

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Collectively, 'Senior Dogs Across America' (Schiffer Publishing,2016) received vast worldwide media attention. The Today Show, The New York Times LENS Blog, Oprah, People, Slate, The Huffington Post, Feature Shoot, Lens Culture, Peta Pixel, Houson Center for Photography, BBC, Daily Mail UK, Next Avenue, PBS, Boston Globe, Bark magazine, Esquire(Russia), Photoworld(China), La Prensa, Evening magazine (TV, Seattle), A Photo Editor, Photographic Center Northwest, ai-ap Profile/David Schonauer, are some of the media.


Nancy LeVine is an award winning photographer who has traveled worldwide on a variety of assignments. ‘Senior Dogs Across America’ (Schiffer Publishing, 2016) has been featured on The Today Show,, The Huffington Post, The New York Times LENS Blog, Boston Globe, BBC, Feature Shoot, Lens Culture and numerous other websites around the world. A solo show of this work opened at the Houston Center for Photography. Her assignment 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), Vogue, and The New York Times. LeVine’s first book ‘A Dog’s Book of Truths’ (Andrews McMeel) was published in 2002. Her photographs have been presented in gallery shows in New York, Seattle, Houston and Los Angeles. The New Britain Museum of American Art collects her work and presented the photograph in a group show. Nancy completed her Master of Arts degree at NYU/ICP. She currently works on assignment in Seattle, New York and wherever the assignments take her. Nancy's newest photographic project ‘Art: The Moving Thread’ is a photographic portrait series of nationally recognized women in the arts who are all connected by the Thread.