Erin Lefevre is a native New Yorker and Documentary Photographer whose work focuses on telling the stories of individuals and communities that are under-represented in the media. She began studying photography at FIT and later transferred to the San Francisco Art Institute where she received her BFA in Photography and mentored with Darcy Padilla and Janet Delaney. 

Erin got her start in Photojournalism by interning at MLive/The Muskegon Chronicle in Michigan and later 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, SIPA USA, and various nonprofit organizations. She has attended the inaugural Women Photograph workshop, the Alexia Foundation: Agent for Change workshop and the Missouri Photo Workshop 69, where she received the "Spirit of the Workshop" Award. 

She is based in NYC and available for assignments both locally and internationally.

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