- LOS ANGELES
Havoc Content has added director Tamar Levine to its expanded team of creatives. Levine’s work has earned awards such as the ADC Young Guns, New Exposure by Vogue, Redx & Bottega Veneta, Communication Arts, and PDN Photo Annuals, among others, having directed campaigns for clients including Victoria’s Secret PINK, Urban Decay, Lexus and Warner Bros Records.
“Tamar is a multifaceted director and photographer who fits seamlessly into the Havoc team and culture,” said Leslie Harro, Havoc Content owner and managing director. “I have been a huge fan of hers for many years and our values creatively and professionally align. Having collaborated on projects together in the past, I have seen firsthand how she dominates a set to bring the vision to life. As a mother myself, I have respect for her ability to balance both her work and raising a young child. We could not be more elated to have her on the Havoc roster.”
Following her graduation from the Art Center College of Design, Levine embarked on a journey crafting commercials, videos, and photo campaigns for a wide span of clients. Her first career highlight was a solo photography exhibit at Bergamot Station in 2014. She later began writing and directing short films and music videos. Levine’s passion lies in crafting grounded stories that leverage her photography background for visual impact. The first short film she directed, Twenty-Two Date Palm Way, debuted at Young Director’s Night at LACMA. Prior to joining Havoc Content, Levine had been repped by production company Unicorns & Unicorns.
“I’ve known Leslie for years now and I’ve always admired her,” shared Levine. “I love her work ethic and how communicative she is. She is also genuinely a good person and a great mom to her son--two attributes that are more important to me now that I’m a mom. I’m really excited to be on board with Havoc and get going with some fun, creative projects!”