ALL ABOUT ALEX
Alex is an all-around mover and shaker, born and raised in Peekskill, New York. She currently lives in Watertown, Massachusetts with her beloved hedgehogs, Otis and Baby Luna. Alex has a bright palette, favoring anything green. She has a deep appreciation for travel, kitsch and her friends and family.
“Alex is authentic, and reinforces in her kids that important lesson. Creativity isn't necessarily copied--it's inspired from within.”
Alex's work with children honors their personality, quirks and individual creative road map. Personal connection is the driving force in Alex’s private art lessons and in both classroom + workshop settings. Alex started out 2020 by propelling a multifaceted baby class around called Teeny Tiny Tinkerers! TTT works to foster fine motor skills through art making and sensory play. Most recently, Alex has launched a virtual group art makin' platform called Crafternoons on Zoom. Come Summertime, Alex created an awesome 10-Week Summer Art Virtual Immersion Program. Alex is now offering a Fall Version, with a carefully curated box component to craft along with,.
With a love for space, fabric and attention to detail, Alex specializes in home curations; full of color, “maximalism” and playfulness! Her adoration has led to spatial + organizational projects in many homes and offices - local and beyond! This has included customized craft rooms, converting unused closets into “Zen Dens”, and flipping rooms to their full potential.
Alex has studied digital and film photography over the last decade. She uses still images as a way for us to understand her unique interactions with people, places, herself and partner, Kenny. Her favorite format to date is the Fuji Instax Camera! Click, click.
Reach out to Alex for programming, events, photoshoots, home organizing help, or simply to chit chat. She can cover all the bases!
CHATS, MEDIA, AND PRESS
How to Teach Art on Zoom and Manage Behavior. Kennesaw State University. October 2020.
"Nobody likes lame Zoom birthday parties — so cancel them and move on". New York Post. Wednesday, October 28 2020