Visual Arts

Artists Seen: Douglas Levere

by / Jan. 4, 2017 12am EST

Douglas Levere is a photographer based in Buffalo. After receiving a BA in Design Studies from UB in 1989, he launched a lengthy career in commercial and editorial photography in New York City, then made Buffalo his home base again in 2005. His book New York Changing, which revisited sites originally documented by Berenice Abbott in the 1930s, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in 2004. In addition to appearing extensively in magazines around the world and the publications of many Fortune 500 companies, his work has been exhibited at CEPA Gallery and elsewhere. For more information, visit or

Artists Seen: Photographs of Artists in the 21st Century is an ongoing project by photographer David Moog in partnership with the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State. Moog has set out to make portraits of every self-identified working artist and arts professional in Western New York. To be included in the project, call David Moog directly at 716-472-6721 or contact the center at 716-878-4131. Artists working in all media are welcome; visit for more information.