Patricia Barry Levy is a Denver based still photographer for advertising, corporate collateral, web and editorial communications. She excels at showing people in descriptive ways - often within their personal or work environments.

She consistently creates photo sessions that allow her subjects to emerge with their humor and schedule intact - and provide a unique take on their particular story. She was first a photojournalist responding to events. Now, after 20+ years, honing in on a location and thinking on her feet to make it all work are what she does best.

Over the last few years photomontage, the technique honed through her personal work, has added a fresh way to bring all the parts of a business or individual story together in ways not possible using straight photography alone.

Selected clients include: AT&T. Bloomberg, Charles Schwab, Getty Images, European Economic Union, Fidelity, Food Network, General Motors, Prudential Insurance, Sage Hospitality, Qwest, Wells Fargo, Western Union.

Her dual portraits of American Indians (in traditional native dress, and in ordinary street clothes, side-by-side) previewed at the Denver Art Museum and traveled throughout Colorado for three years. She is a member of ASMP.