Studio Dylan is a production company that works efficiently by inserting digital content strategy into production from day one, serving as a brand consultant and storyteller.

We work with a variety of industries including art, food and beverage, CPG, startups, travel, hospitality, education, and nonprofit.


Dylan Leavitt is an expert in digital video and photography. She's passionate about creating sophisticated and educational content for audiences across digital platforms.

Dylan was a producer in the field on iconic national PBS programs including Emmy-nominated Antiques Roadshow, James Beard award-winning Lidia Celebrates America with chef Lidia Bastianich, and Emmy-winning Simply Ming with chef Ming Tsai. She is also the creator and host of Vintage Minute, a digital original series produced for Antiques Roadshow with over 700,000 views across platforms. 

Prior to WGBH, Dylan worked in film curation at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Telluride Film Festival

Dylan graduated top of her class from Dartmouth College's film program where she won Filmmaker of the Year. ​Raised in New Hampshire and a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy, Dylan now resides in Boston with her husband and pursues interests in food, art and travel. She is Vice President for the Exeter Association of New England and serves on the Public Engagement Committee of Historic New England. She has hiked the 67 4,000-foot mountains in New England and is an avid skier. 

Dylan Leavitt
Dylan Leavitt at Antiques Roadshow