Photo ID Featured on What Kids Can Do

What Kids Can Do, a national non-profit presses before the broadest audience possible a dual message: the power of what young people can accomplish when given the opportunities and supports they need and what they can contribute when we take their voices and ideas seriously.  Please see the featured story on Photo ID Foundation and […]

Lessons in teen photography

Lessons in Teen Photography: an Interview with Annie Levy

Article by Kayla Giacin and the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation Photo: Steven R. Hazlett “CBTF is proud to be working with professional photographer, Annie Levy, in our first venture in teen photography. Thanks to the collaboration of Annie, her assistant Paul White, and a grant from the Fred J. Epstein Pediatric Care Foundation, we have been able to connect […]

Photo Workshop

C.A.R.E.S. Photo Workshop

CARES students are involved in a photo workshop that uses photography to tell personal stories. Photographer Annie Levy, through the Photo ID Foundation, brought cameras and her expertise to help students not only take photographs representing their current lives but also to imagine their futures. This summer’s group culminated in an exhibit that was held […]

New York Post on “The Picture of Health”

Original Article: http://nypost.com/2011/08/15/helping-to-make-kids-the-picture-of-health/ Photographer Annie Levy believes you can express your deepest thoughts through a picture, and she gives cameras to young people battling challenges of all kinds to help them reflect on their hopes, fears and successes. Levy won a 2010 Liberty Medal in the Leadership category for putting cameras in the hands of young […]