Place|CA|San Mateo|423 Hurlingham; Photo|Nadine Levin; Photo|Nadine Levin|Portrait

Nadine P. Levin

Nadine Levin is a San Francisco Bay Area photographer. Nadine received her first camera at the age of 10 (Kodak Brownie Flash 20) and fell in love with the smell of flash bulbs but not  photography. Her interest in photography began as a viewer and collector in her adult years. After a public service career Nadine became keenly interested in making images.  She made images  exclusively  in the darkroom until 2014 when she started shooting digitally. Nadine views herself as an eclectic subject matter photographer. Her motivation for making an image is that there needs to be an element of humanity present. The element of humanity does not always translate into a human or animal in an image and some images are about conceptualizing the invisible and finding metaphors in an image. In the last several years Nadine has focused on  documentary, conceptual, abstract and intentional camera movement photography. She has long admired photographic work that has a feeling of mystery, movement, emotionality and abstraction. 

She is currently working on a project documenting the meaning behind the objects left behind by two generations of women in her family.

Her work has been included in juried exhibits locally, regionally and nationally and as part of online exhibits. Several of her images are held in private collections and at the California Wellness Foundation’s Los Angeles office.

CV upon request

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