Miriam G. ‘Mimi’ Levine
photo editor

Miriam G. “Mimi” Levine, 73, a freelance photographer who was the photography editor of Washingtonian magazine in the early 1980s, died Dec. 23 at George Washington University Hospital. She was a Bethesda resident.

She had complications from scleroderma, a connective-tissue disorder, said her son David Levine.

Mrs. Levine worked more than 30 years as a freelance photographer and photojournalist for newspapers, magazines and corporate clients in Washington. Her work appeared in The Washington Post Magazine and the Montgomery Journal.

From 1980 to 1983, she was photography editor of Washingtonian magazine.

Miriam Gray was a native of New York. She was a 1959 graduate of Cornell University and received a master’s degree in education at Columbia University Teachers College in 1960.

In 2008, she self-published “The Garden Within,” a book of garden photography. Her hobbies included gardening.

Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Dr. Paul Levine of Bethesda; three children, Jane Levine of Silver Spring, David Levine of Shepherdstown, W.Va., and Dan Levine of Bethesda; and seven grandchildren.

— Megan McDonough