Erin Lefevre is a native New Yorker and Documentary Photographer. Erin has interned at The Muskegon Chronicle in Michigan and The Hawk Eye Newspaper in Burlington, Iowa. At the conclusion of her internship, she began her freelance career. Her work appears in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, AARP, Associated Press, ProPublica, and various nonprofit organizations. She has worked as a Teacher’s Assistant for The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco and at The International Center of Photography in NYC. She held her first primary educator role this past summer at the Brooklyn Public Library as Lead Photojournalism Educator. Erin received her BFA in Photography from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Photography is an incredible way to document history, share stories, and inspire others. My primary objectives as an educator are to offer different perspectives of the world to my students and to nurture their creativity to its utmost potential. Whether or not they decide they want to pursue photography professionally or continue it as a hobby, I strive to give my students a space to take creative risks, make meaningful work, and learn skills they can apply to all aspects of their lives.
Industry Experience/Recent Exhibitions:
- Photo Editor at Blink.la, 2018-2019
- Getty Images Creative Bursary Grant Recipient, First Place, 2018
- Visualizing Life With Autism, New York Times Feature, 2018
- Lead Photojournalism Educator, Brooklyn Public Library, 2018
- CUNY TV Guest Speaker, 2018
- Freelance Photojournalist, 2018-present
Photography by Erin Lefevre: