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I’m Alex, a photographer and radio producer based in the UK. I started my career in 2014 freelancing in the UAE, where I was brought up. Then I moved to Bristol for a while, then to Beirut.
Now I live in Brighton, on the south coast of the UK, and split my time between photography assignments and making radio documentaries – both of which I love equally.
I’m a producer at Kerning Cultures, a show which was called “a This American Life for the Middle East” by The Guardian. I’ve made some of my proudest work with them, like this story about death case volunteers in the UAE, or this one about the towns called Lebanon in the USA.
Clients & publications: Monocle, The New York Times, The National, The Guardian, Airbnb, Dubai Tourism, NPR, Bloomberg News, De Volkskrant, Freunde von Freunde, EasyJet, High Life, GuardianLabs, Brownbook, HUCK, Norwegian Air, Open Skies, PRI’s The World, Republik, Smith Journal.
Interviews & features: Freunde von Freunde, FotoRoom , Fisheye, Open Skies, c41, HUCK.
If I'm not available, one of my awesome friends might be:
Adib Chowdhury (London, UK)
Alexander Wolfe (Cape Town, South Africa)
Artur Tixiliski (Bristol, UK)
Benjamin Rutherford (UK/Zambia)
Jacob Russell (Beirut, Lebanon)
James Beck (Bristol, UK)
Jordan Stephens (London, UK)
Joshua Cunliffe (Sunshine Coast, Australia)
Olivia Bohac (London, UK)
Razan Alzayani (Dubai, UAE)
Rebecca Rees (Cornwall, UK)
Samuel Glazebrook (Cornwall, UK)
Tom Pullen (London, UK)
Portrait by Adib Chowdhury