As an award-winning artist and producer, Marc Levey orchestrates multimedia experiences and live events on a local and global scale. With a career spanning two decades, Marc has developed and produced entertainment properties in television, film and new media for Warner Bros., ESPN, The Walt Disney Company and Sony Pictures.
As an industry leader, Marc consults individuals and organizations in the areas of production, marketing and philanthropy. Empowered with a creative and business background, Marc has worked with some of the most gifted players in television, film, music, games, print, and fine art. Fluent in Japanese, Marc first worked in marketing and licensing for Warner Bros. in Tokyo, Japan.
As an early adopter of digital technologies and as the Founding Chairman of the Producers Guild of America's New Media Council, Marc is a published author and speaker on topics including the integration and optimization of content captured and distributed across multiple media platforms as well as innovative new ways to promote philanthropy in the 21st century.
In 2008, Marc and producing partner John Quigley broke the world record for most concurrently produced human aerial art installations in a single day -- capturing 24 images in 24 hours in 24 different cities around the world. In 2009, they broke their record -- this time by generating 50 iconic images in 50 cities in less than 24 hours.
Today, inspired by his children, Marc continues to create, produce and consult on projects that aim to make a positive impact on the world.