Andy Levine at Banff National Park in 2015

Andy Levine at Banff National Park in 2015

ABOUT ANDY LEVINE

It started on a whim. I was 21 and working at a retail office supply store. The simple thought of “Hey, it might be fun to buy a digital camera” set me on a course that has shaped my photographic journey in ways I could never have anticipated.
The first few thousand photos were shot with prized, low grade equipment which forced me to learn many lessons in my quest to create images. I kept exploring, experimenting and critiquing my efforts until I started to understand what it meant to be a photographer.  
In 2009, I began using more professional equipment to help me break through into a new atmosphere. Every press of the shutter since then has been a whirlwind of learning, editing, sharing and pushing my skills at every opportunity. 
I seek out dramatic angles and depth. Long roads or hallways draw me in by their mystery. The ocean seduces me with its vastness and hope. Architecture rises above, taunting me to fill a frame with intentionally placed lines and textures. All of these elements, and their interactions with each other, inspire me to create and share my view of this world.