Wayne Levin has added some work from the remote Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument (North West Hawaiian Islands) to his website. While a fair amount of this new work is black and white underwater (the genre that he is most known for) he has also included black and white above-water pictures and even a selection of color above-water pictures. The work is from this past summer, when he was invited to accompany a NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) scientific expedition aboard the Hi'Ialakai.
I published a portfolio of Wayne's work in Photo Techniques a few circuits around the sun ago.
He also has two new books scheduled to come out next year. Akule, a book of his images of the amazing schooling fish, published by Editions Limited, with essays by Frank Stewart and Tom Farber, is set to come out in May of 2010. A new book of the Hansen's Disease Settlement of Kalaupapa, published by the Arizona Memorial Museum Association, with text by Anwei Skinsnes Law and Valerie Monson, is scheduled for later in 2010. I was pleased to discover that his previous book is still in print.
(Adapted from Wayne's press release)