We are all involved in many journeys throughout our lives — through time, light, love, joy, tragedy and spirit. They connect us all, regardless of color, culture, politics, religion or geography.
Defining moments between people, animals and their worlds. They reveal the essence of a person, animal or place. A gesture, a glimpse of trust, an expression — it’s like reading between the lines, and can stick with you for a long time.
RESPECT YOUR ELDERS
Elders are not always people. Especially in these times of faster global changes, widening our boundaries to respect those who have been here longer may afford the perspectives we need to not only to survive but to prosper.
Conservation is not an option. It’s a necessity. Finite resources in a limited space are being squeezed to feed selfish appetites and a cancerous growth rate. Solutions abound, but require community, cooperation, and re-centered attitudes.
Synchronicities of light, movement, people or events around the world. Inspiration from these brief moments in our lives can be addicting and life-changing.
Images that reveal the essence of people from around the world. Their faces, gestures and interactions can transcend the limits of this two-dimensional medium.
“The Rainforest murals look great! ” — US Army, West Point Military Academy
“Outstanding…true mastery of the photographic art” — National Wildlife Magazine
“Ron Levy gets the picture!”— John Morris, editor, NY Times, WA Post, National Geographic, Life Magazine
“You can depend on him, as we have, for the highest caliber of images” — M. Gibbons, National Geographic
“The best wedding portrait I’ve ever seen” — Arnold Newman, portrait photographer