D. A. Levy is a media/marketing professional with 25+ years in traditional publishing, ePublishing,  Web design, content development, editing, and blogging with strong HTML/CSS/JS coding experience.

Her photography has won awards, sold through galleries and gift shops, and taken her to 30+ countries (www.DianneLevy.com), World Images Illustrations and Photography.

Mini kaleidoscope drawing.

As Director of The Maritime Heritage Project she founded, built, researched and maintains that site, which has become one of the largest of its type in the world (www.MaritimeHeritage.org). It has been viewed from every country around the globe, receives more than 300,000 access per month, and is linked to by the California State Library, Bancroft Library, various Maritime Museums, PBS, Wikipedia, The Boston Herald, Merchant Marines, etc.

Proven ability to build and optimize web pages to drive traffic for top level rankings on Alexa and Google.

Proficient in:

° HTML, CSS, JavaScript
° CS 5.5 Photoshop, Acrobat
° Dreamweaver
° InDesign

References/Additional info: www.linkedin.com/in/diannelevy


World Images

Ongoing: 27 countries and counting
• Illustrator and Photographer: 
Dianne Levy World Images
Artist Rising Galleries

Leafy Seahorse.


The wheel spins round and round...
Synchronizing Content...

Compass Rose.

It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll; I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my soul.
~ William Ernest Henley


The Naval Order of the United States.

D. A. Levy, founder of The Maritime Heritage Project, was invited to join the San Francisco Branch of The Naval Order of the United States, (NOUS), which has a history dating from 1890. Membership in NOUS includes a wide range of individuals, many with highly distinguished career paths associated with various military branches.

Levy was invited because of military history throughout The Maritime Heritage Project. Additionally, family members include several individuals who served in various campaigns, including command of a Civil War Hospital Ship, soldiers in WWII, a marine tank commander in Korea, and Army ground troops in Germany and Vietnam.