Kate Levy is a Detroit and New York City-based filmmaker. She received her Master in Fine Arts from the International Center of Photography-Bard College in 2013. She has produced many short and feature-length documentaries, storytelling platforms, news features, music videos, and campaign media in collaboration with legal advocacy organizations, scholars, community organizers, investigative journalists, universities, high school students, and other artists. In 2015, she worked with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Michigan to bring national attention the Flint Water Crisis. In 2017, she was awarded a Patagonia Media Works Grant to produce a film about nationwide access to affordable water (forthcoming 2020). She is a 2018 MacDowell Fellow, and currently the Co-Director of the Youth Documentary Workshop at the Educational Video Center.