Alexandra Adoncello is a Sydney-based photographer, cinematographer and director, with a sensitive eye for aesthetics. Having worked alongside other creatives and independently, Alexandra has compiled an extensive creative portfolio comprising well-refined pieces of art, some of which have been showcased in galleries and exhibitions around Sydney. Her rich photographic background saw her documenting various artists, musicians and creative profiles such as New Zealand seven-piece ‘Fat Freddy’s Drop’, Japanese born artist Hiromi Tango, Vogue Australia, as well as working alongside companies such as Mercedes Benz, Sony Music and Broadsheet Sydney. Alexandra’s interest in cinematic arts led to her roles as a stills photographer and assistant camera, where she was able to gain onset experience, before experimenting with moving image, subsequently gaining a prestigious art scholarship to study a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in Film at the University of Sydney's College of the Arts. She has since graduated from the Australian Film Television and Radio School, where she excelled in directing, shooting for screen and commenced studies into Japanese cinema.