Larry Levin is a Photographic Career Professional. Levin’s career spans the photographic field as a high-level photographer, photo editor, agent, association executive, and university educator.
A selection of Levin’s photo client list includes “Best Buddies,” “Save the Children, “GEICO,” “The Washington Post,” “Success Magazine,” “Nation’s Business,” “USAID” and “Nature’s Best” magazine. He is a documentary filmmaker. His “Stryker’s America: Photography of the Great Depression” is distributed by Film.com. Television credits include “The Apprentice,” “The West Wing,” and more than 30 GEICO TV commercials.
Levin has served as an agent for the Black Star photo agency. He has represented both master level corporate photographers and world-renowned photojournalists. Levin has been a photo editor in both New York and Washington, D.C. He has both managerial and front-line experience in book and periodical publishing.
Levin served as the long-term association executive of the White House News Photographer’s Association and National President of the American Society of Picture Professionals. He was named “Picture Professional of the Year,” by ASPP in 1995. Since 1978, Levin is a member of the National Press Photographer’s Association.
Levin earned his undergraduate degree at Indiana University in Bloomington Indiana before being awarded a terminal Master of Fine Arts in Film and Electronic Media from American University in Washington D.C. He has served as Adjunct Professor of Photography at Northern Virginia Community College, Montgomery Community College, American University, and Trinity Washington University.
Levin also is a basketball referee at the secondary, collegiate, and international levels. He has worked the last seven Special Olympic World Games.
Currently, Levin works as freelancing as a photographer working for corporate, association, and NGO clients in Washington, DC.