Named by the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) as a “Composer to Watch,” Alex has composed, arranged, orchestrated, and conducted on a growing list of film projects. His scoring work has been praised by the Huffington Post as “a graceful counterpoint” and the Austin Chronicle described his composition and performance, “lovely music… the audience was transfixed.” Recent projects include In Pursuit of Silence (SXSW 2016, Cinema Eye Honors Nominee for Outstanding Achievement in Original Score); Carpe Kilimanjaro (Best Documentary, Mallorca International Film Festival); Bobby (documentary about UK soccer legend Bobby Moore); and the SXSW award-winning film, Mine: Taken By Katrina. Alex has also contributed music to the Emmy Award winning documentary series, Have You Heard From Johannesburg? In addition to composing, Alex has worked in the music department for Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood, Prometheus, and The Grey, starring Liam Neeson (dir. Joe Carnahan). Alex is an alumnus of the acclaimed ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop and is a recipient of the ASCAP David Rose Award.