Alex graduated Summa Cum Laude from Tufts University in 2013 with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and concentration in Media & Communications.

After taking a course called 'Children and Mass Media,' which opened his eyes to the invariable impact media can have on developing minds, he began studying how consumption habits, in content and behavior, inform our most basic understanding of ourselves and each other—often in relation to one another. 

Among his recent projects, Alex has worked with media conglomerates and their subsidiaries, including: Condé Nast, Facebook, Hearst, Match Group, Spotify, Tumblr, and Viacom; provided media trainings and strategic consultation on national campaigns, music videos, television shows, and feature films; and participated in global media moments, including for Miley Cyrus' Happy Hippie Foundation on the MTV Video Music Awards stage and Instagram's visual story series #InstaPride.

 

With an expertise and understanding of the media's great power and therefore responsibility, he works intentionally to create, collaborate, and consult on projects, films, and stories that entertain first and foremost, bring people together, and—by no coincidence—serve impactful educational and emotional purpose. ​