Danielle Levesque was born and raised in New England.
She moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of working in the film industry, and quickly found that the stories she wanted to tell were within the world and environment created for the characters and the audience.
It was then that she started her long journey into the art department and into Art Directing. Among some of her recent art department film credits are HBO’s Insecure and Euphoria, Amazon's Solos, Netflix’s Boo, Bitch and On My Block, and feature films Destroyer and Marvel's Thor: The Dark World.
In addition to the Film and TV Industry, Danielle is creating and producing live themed events, in the form of dinner parties and immersive theater. In 2018 she produced and designed her debut immersive theater project titled "The Sideshow", to rave reviews and much demand to re-mount the show after selling out all performances prior to opening night. Her sophomore show, titled "The Severance Theory: Welcome to Respite," was designed for a single audience member at a time. Welcome to Respite was a critical success, but really gained momentum after it was adapted into a VR Live Immersive Experience, making its world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival 2021.
She is currently in development on a couple new projects.
Danielle lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband, Nick
and their son, Hudson.