Alex works as a freelance TV, film and theatre designer and art director for adults and children's productions; designing and art directing drama and comedy for studios and on locations. Alex has recently art directed several standalone episodes of 'Holby City' and 'Class dismissed' a new children's drama series for CBBC. In 2014 Alex art directed more episodes of 'Holby City' and 'The Furchester' a co-production between Cbeebies and Sesame workshop. The year before that Alex draughted the new settlement sets for 'New Worlds', a drama by Company Productions for Channel 4, as well as designing 'Screaming Inside' a theatre production at the Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden. Alex art directed and stage managed 'Sam and Mark's big friday wind-up', for CBBC. When she can Alex tutors film students in design for the camera at Met Film School, based at Ealing Studios. Alex is always on the look out for new design challenges to fulfill her creative ambitions.
Alex has designed two episodes and art directed twenty-four episodes of 'Scoop', then the number one show on CBBC. Broadcast magazine called the show 'the jewel in the crown of the CBBC'
Alex has designed and art directed TV, Film and Theatre productions for the past twenty-five years. Productions made by and for the BBC, CBBC, ITV, Channel 4, Tiger Aspect, Zenith TV and The Movie Ltd.
Programmes include - " The Furchester", “Casualty”, “Holby City”, “Teachers”, “Scoop”, “The Giblet Boys” among others.
Alex has also designed, directed and devised experiential theatrical productions in unusual venues including multi-storey car parks and a steam train railway, also at the ICA London. The productions won the Brighton Festival award for the most original contribution to the festival, as well as funding from The Arts Council, Gulbenkian Foundation and Royal Court Theatre.
When Alex is not working she lives with her partner and their collie dog Gloucestershire.