Alex has a diverse range of experience as an actor, voice artist, director and as a dancer/choreographer working in film, television, radio and theatre . Alex was first commissioned as a dancer/choreographer for the recording artist Anne Clark performing on her European tour of the remix project Word-processing. He subsequently choreographed and performed in animations, plays, club events and private parties.
Alex then moving into acting and has performed of several theatre productions most notably playing Vincent Van Gogh in Nicholas Wrights "Vincent In Brixton", and playing Simon Bliss in Noel Cowards "Hay Fever", for the Maddermarket Theatre. His work has also included working as a narrator for BBC Norfolk on the project "This Norfolk Life" narrating short stories and contribute voice-overs for the Bridewell Museum Audio Tour for Renvision.
In addition to this he has collaborated with the surrealist art photographer Marco Sanges on two photo-plays , "The Blood Of A Gambler" and "Unchained Melodies". These projects evolved into a short film called "Circumstances", in 2008 and then became the focus or an art installation called "Big Scenes at the Hackney Empire. He also acted and model for a Nosferatu inspired photoshoot playing the Thomas Hutter character for the photographer Antonella Muscat. Alex's screen work includes; a music video for the single, "New Follower", for the band Baron for Carwell Casswell, an interactive video for Xenodu Ltd and played Charles Altamon Doyle, the father of Arthur Conan Doyle, in the art film "Blue Light" directed by the artist Hayley Lock, filmed by John Rixon and written by Liz Williams. In 2012 Alex made his directorial debut directing a music video with photographer friend Alexandra Bone for the recording artist Sanguine Sea for the single "Until The Cavalry Come"
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