Zoë Denise Dominic [née Levi], was born On This Day 4th July 1920 at 124 Downton Avenue, Streatham. A theatrical and dance photographer
The daughter of Lionel Judah Levi (1882–1960) and his wife, Dora Jane Ann, née MacDonald (1896–1966). Her father was a carpet merchant and fine art dealer who specialized in French antique furniture and kept a shop in Mount Street, Mayfair.
Zoë Levi was educated at Francis Holland School in Regent's Park and at a finishing school in Switzerland. After the Second World War she worked for the society portrait photographer Vivienne (Florence Entwistle) before establishing her own studio in Netherton Grove at the Fulham end of the King's Road.
Her career, which started around 1957, coincided with the launch of the English Stage Company at the Royal Court in London, which she documented, and, a few years later, the coming of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Thetare.
(Sources: Michael Coveney and Guardian Obituary)