Daniel Levitt's first foray into filmmaking was a documentary short about a 91-year-old cowboy, which aired on Rocky Mountain PBS in 2015. His second documentary short, about Syria's national wrestling champion living in Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp, won the Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase, an independent short film showcase of over 200 films. It was also nominated for best score at the Milan International Film Festival, and screened at a host of other film festivals from around the world. He has worked at Rocky Mountain PBS, and most recently worked on an upcoming documentary series directed by Academy Award nominee Joe Berlinger about death row inmate Richard Glossip. He graduated from Colorado College, where he won the Hohbach award for outstanding scholarship in Political Science and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. He was a GroundTruth Climate Change Film Fellow.