Ken Levy is a 30-year veteran community photojournalist and writer. His career includes stints as a writer and photo editor for the Teton Valley News in Driggs, Idaho and at numerous other small-town newspapers and magazines. His specialties include recreation, the arts, travel, education, business and agriculture, and he enjoys applying thorough, in-depth research into everything he writes. Ken has garnered numerous awards for writing and photography from the Idaho Press Club. He's based in Boise, Idaho, where he lives with his wife, Lana.
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