Engaging Public Discourse on Climate Change Through Photography
After being discharged from
the Navy in 1968, native Los Angeleno Wayne
Levin moved to Hawaii, where he has continued to live over the past half
century. He began to pursue his studies of photography in earnest, eventually
receiving his MFA from the Pratt Institute in 1982.
After completing his
studies, Levin returned to his adopted home to teach photography at the
University of Hawaii. Soon thereafter he began making underwater photographs,
documenting surfers from a perspective few had seen. After some early
experimentation with color film, Levin quickly recognized that black and white
photography allowed him to portray the ocean from a new light.
In 1989, he moved to Kona
and dove deep into underwater photography, creating numerous luminous series of
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