Specializing in a broad range of forged and constructed works, both functional and sculptural, and working in ferrous and non-ferrous materials, his work crosses a design spectrum from traditional to Art Nouveau to contemporary styles. With commissions designed in close cooperation with architects and designers, Leavitt and his wife Lydia, execute each work with the attention to the process and detail of a master smith, finish and install each works with care, and always work in consideration for longevity. Major commissions include numerous public sculptures in compliance with The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority and Department of Parks and Recreation's 1% resolution such as “Stoney Batter Office Complex” in Wilmington, DE; “Schylkill River Park” in Philadelphia, PA; and the “Oaklands Corporate Centers” in Conshocken, PA. He has also created highly decorative gates and grillwork, integrating sculpture and security for various private collectors, as well as numerous freestanding sculpture and fountains. He has shown his work at The Hudson River Museum; The University of Texas at Austin; The Philadelphia Flower Show; and The Philadelphia Museum of Art.