A passion for storytelling.

Adam Levin is a native Washingtonian. He graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Film and Television. Adam is a detail-oriented director with a passion for finding unique perspectives within our world. Fascinated by individual characters and what drives each of us, he loves stepping into new environments through scripted cinema; evoking emotions, experiencing thrilling adventures and circumstances that otherwise we as a viewer may never encounter.  Adam believes "The art is only as effective as the viewer's response to what they are experiencing for the duration of the journey." 

A lifelong photographer Adam spent many years in grade school and living abroad in Italy honing his skills in darkroom photography.  "There is an art to the processing of film: taking a photo captures one moment-- the attention to detail during the film development process speaks to the importance of each moment's memory."

Adam has a strong professional history having worked for Fremantle Media and Triple Theater Productions, WGSN (NY) the trend forecasting firm a/k/a “Bloomberg for the design world” as a part of their Video Production Team, Discovery Communication's headquarters as a part of their Digital Media Department where he worked directly with talent and the production teams of Mythbusters, Deadliest Catch, The Discovery Channel, Sharkweek 2015 and 'Shweekend 2015', and Mercedes Benz.  He has also worked for Bethesda Systems, a leading IT, theater and home automation company as well as Streetsense, a leading Design firm nationwide. Adam has an extensive range of production and directing experience, having worked on the sets of TV and commercial shoots as well as fashion and trade shows. 

When off set, and without a camera in hand, Adam can be found on one of LA's tennis courts, tasting the menus of restaurants rated by LA time's editor Jonathon Gold, tracking down new albums for his music collection, at a stand up comedy show or relaxing in the California sun with friends and a cold diet coke.