A communications graduate at the University of Miami, Levinas hit the ground running with NBC/Universal working around the globe filming with their sports division. Getting a taste for the fast paced world of documentaries, he joined MTV Networks touring with A-list talent including Lenny Kravitz, Korn, Shakira and Juanes. His keen eye for provocative subject matter and bi-lingual, multi-cultural background gave him access to the private lives of artists and would forever change the trajectory of his career. Soon Levinas, himself, was in the spotlight by winning Discovery Networks International Up and Coming Documentary Filmmaker Competition. This lead him to direct and produce twenty six, half hour travel episodes for Discovery en Espanol. In 2010 he was invited to accompany Alexandra Cousteau, the granddaughter of legendary oceanographer Jacque Cousteau, and her international Expedition Blue Planet team to travel around the world to investigate global water issues. The socially conscious docu-series was the perfect fit for Pablo’s own mindful artistic direction. From undocumented tribes in the Amazon to the uncovering human trafficking in the underbelly of Indonesia, Levinas has maintained his joy for the art of filmmaking and love for the human side of interest. Currently, he is filming a new series with MSNBC about human trafficking in the U.S.