Born into a family of Filmmakers and raised in colorful, evolving New York City, Daniel B. Levin’s experience spans documentary, television, narrative film and commercial spots. He has a gift for producing compelling yet nuanced stories in the life of real people, through thoughtful, charming and entertaining content. Levin was the Co-Creator and Executive Producer on CMT’s 2015 series Gainesville and was the Cinematographer on the 2014 CNN series Chicagoland. His documentary flair has brought him much attention in the commercial realm, where over the past few years he has directed successful branded campaigns worldwide for commercial names including Heineken, Visa and Smart Car. Levin was the Director of Photography and Producer for The Legend of Swee’ Pea, which premiered at DOC NYC 2015. He was also a Director of Photography for the Peabody Award-Winning and Emmy-Nominated Docu-series, Brick City (Sundance Channel, 2010). Levin has shot multiple HBO Documentaries including Prayer for a Perfect Season (2011), Love Child (2014) and the upcoming Class Divide, which was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at DOC NYC 2015 and premiered on HBO in 2016. Levin’s directorial debut, the documentary CAPTURED (2008), screened worldwide to critical acclaim and became an instant New York cult classic.