Film Director / Producer / Photographer
For over ten years, Alex Grazioli has created video concepts for high-profile clients including Sony Music, MTV, Diesel, Vodafone, Dodge, and Renault. After winning the prestigious DVAG Milano design competition, he was fundamental in the design of Pope John Paul II’s book, commemorating the Vatican’s 2000 Jubilee.
Alex began his visual arts training by garnering a wealth of achievements including degrees in Communications and Advertising at Milan’s Accademia di Comunicazione, Psychology and Communications at Delgado College and Tulane
in New Orleans, and Design at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
In 2003, he founded Filmmakers Entertainment with Martino Properzi, collaborating on the feature documentary “Odyssey In Rome”, starring Abel Ferrara, Juliette Binoche, Forest Whitaker and Matthew Modine.
Other projects soon followed including the TV series “Bottom of the World” as well as music videos, award winning “Shine” by Louderbach on Ritchie Hawtin’s Minus Records as well as Sander Kleinenberg featuring Jamie Cullum’s “Remember When” or James Morrison's "One Life".
In 2010, Alex’s photography career ignited, with a sold out exhibition at the W Hotel in Los Angeles, followed by a contract with iconic fashion magazine Italian Vogue, developing both video and photo content for Vogue Magazine and vogue.it
Alex is currently working on a five year feature documentary featuring and produced by Bristol music legends, Massive Attack.