about norah levine
Norah Levine is cofounder of the philanthropic Lifelines Project (honoring the bond between the homeless and their pets), fine artist and professional child and pet photographer based in Austin, Texas.
Levine’s work has been featured in a number of prestigious publications, including Austin Monthly and Professional Photographer magazine, highlighting her creative work with animals. As an instructor at the world renowned Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in New Mexico, Levine focuses her instruction on the intricacies, challenges and rewards of photographing pets. In 2010, Norah moved from Santa Fe, NM to Austin with her husband and their five rescued pets.
Experience & Publications
Images Published In:
- “O” (Oprah Magazine)
- United Airline’s Hemisphere’
- Gold Prospector’s
- Humana HAO
- New Mexico Magazine
- Haute Dog
- Santa Fean Magazine
- Southwest Meetings + Events
- Austin Pet’s Directory
Projects & Affiliations:
- Española Valley Humane Society, Española, New Mexico: Marketing Campaign
- Austin Humane Society, Austin, Texas: Calendar imagery & marketing photography
- Heart Gallery of Central Texas, Photography of foster children for gallery & online use.
- Heart Gallery of New Mexico, Photography of foster children for gallery & online use.
- Animal Trustees of Austin, multiple marketing campaigns.
- Lifelines Project, Independent ongoing project photographing
the homeless and their pets.
- Getty Images, Contracted as a contributing photographer
- ASMP Member
- PPA Member
Featured Non-Profit Project
Lifelines is a project dedicated to honoring the bond between people and their pets. This multi-media exploration documents the unique lifestyle shared by people without shelter and the animals they rely on for companionship, protection, and in some cases, their emotional and psychological well-being. Learn more at LifeLinesProject.org