Sheli Levy

Danielle Sheli Levy is a creative director, producer, and cultural curator. Born and raised in Houston, Texas; based in New York since 2012. Her work brings people together through art, live performance, film, music and food.

Danielle has worked with art institutions and brands alike, including Hinge, Sandy Liang, VICE, MSCHF, The Shed, New Museum, NEW INC, International Center of Photography, National Sawdust and the Whitney Museum of American Art, where she produced over 130 live performances with more than 40 different artists.

She’s part of the team behind Cake Zine, a James Beard nominated literary magazine exploring society through sweets. Under her tenure as their producer, their event programming has amassed a cult following.

Most recently, Danielle worked with the creative team at Hinge to make a book shaped like a phone for the Global Day of Unplugging. The project is a part of Hinge’s Social Impact initiative, One More Hour.

Her work as a producer has been screened at SXSW (2020) and Tribeca Film Festival (2022), and featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time, Ad Age, Nylon, Interview, Teen Vogue, and Variety.

Contact: danielleshelilevy [at] gmail.com