Barry Z. Levine was the still photographer on the academy award-winning film, Woodstock. His iconic photographs have been featured in newspapers and magazines worldwide, and have been on an international art tour for several years. They can also be found in several documentaries and books that were released during the 2009 celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Woodstock.
In addition to photography, he has worked as a writer/producer in advertising and film, video, and theatrical production. He was the director of a video production studio in New York City. He has long been an independent political activist and is one of the founders of The All-Stars Project, one of the largest and most successful anti-violence programs for urban youth.
Presented in association with Raj Prem Fine Art Photography.