Alex is currently in the process of rewatching every film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to ensure that his MCU rankings are accurate and up-to-date.
But when he's not consuming films, he's making them.
An award-winning writer/director, Alex moved to Los Angeles after graduating from Tufts University and began working in development for the likes of Broad Green Pictures, Sanders Armstrong Caserta Management, and VMI Worldwide. His television pilot, Served, took home a top award at the Catalyst Content Festival (formerly the Independent Television Festival) and his thriller adaptation, A Tell-Tale Heart, reached #1 on the Blacklist. Most recently, Alex wrote and directed his feature film debut, the romantic dramedy, Elephants, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime and “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes.
His Welsh family comedy, A Sanctuary For Water Voles, placed as a finalist in Scriptapalooza, Final Draft’s Big Break Screenwriting Contest, and in Austin Film Festival’s Screenwriting Competition. In addition, he has written and directed numerous short films, including the Sunscreen Film Festival selection Lunacy and the Cardiff Film Festival selection The Chameleon, as well as a piece for NBC’s Diversity Showcase.
Alex co-runs a production company, The Chameleon Effect, alongside fellow producer Luca Malacrino. He is also a proud member of the Deadline Junkies screenwriting organization, based in Los Angeles.