Danielle Levitt is a New York-based director and photographer with a wide following in the fashion, art, and commercial worlds. In 2016, her first year as a commercial director, Danielle garnered 2 Silver Lions, a Silver Pencil, and a Creative Arts Emmy for Best Commercial with her Ad Council spot “Love Has No Labels.” This spot ranked as the second most watched spot on YouTube in 2015, with 58 million views and counting. Since joining Tool, Danielle has directed her first VR project, ‘Merck for Mothers,’ which was shot in Uganda; a spot for Crocs that features John Cena and Drew Barrymore; and spots for Nordstrom and Uber. Danielle’s PSA for the National Down Syndrome Society earned her a Gold Lion.
Her vibrant and unique body of work covers portraiture and editorials for Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, Time, and GQ, and advertising for clients such as Nike, Reebok, Sprite, Microsoft, Apple, Dazed, i-D, and Vice.
Danielle is signed with DS Reps for Photography, as well. See her work here.