David Levene is a freelance photographer based in London and has been working for the Guardian newspaper since 2001. His images, videos and multimedia regularly appear in the Guardian and on theguardian.com across news and features. Alongside this, David works regularly for architectural and design publications and a variety of clients in visual and performing arts.
Over the years he has also worked with charities such as Oxfam, Medicins-Sans-Frontiers and Save The Children, documenting their projects around the world. David is a two-time award winner and multi-finalist at the Press Photographers Year Awards. David has had three solo exhibitions in London, most recently in September 2016.
Exhibitions & Awards
2016 – The Missing Generation of Myanmar’ Solo exhibition as part of the ‘Strength for Life’ exhibition, in association with Age International, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
2014 – David Levene: Eyewitness – Solo exhibition at Foyles, London.
2013 – First Prize: The Arts, Press Photographer’s Year Awards 2013.
2011 – ‘Music Loves Summer’ exhibition at King’s Place, London.
2011 – Press Photographer’s Year 2011 exhibition at the National Theatre, London.
2011 – After the Thaw: Exhibition of Oxfam photographers, London.
2010 – First Prize: Live News Photograph of the Year.
2010 – Press Photographer’s Year Awards 2010.
2010 – Press Photographer’s Year 2010 exhibition at the National Theatre, London.
2010 – Haiti 12:01:10: Solo exhibition of photography and video covering the Haiti earthquake, London.