Upon graduating from Berklee College of Music and moving to Los Angeles in 2013, Alex immediately began interning for Bear McCreary, contributing to the production of the scores to The Walking Dead, Agents of SHIELD, Black Sails, and DaVinci's Demons, eventually working as an orchestration assistant. From there, Alex seized an opportunity to work with renowned video game composer Inon Zur on the score to Bethesda's hit Fallout 4 — to date, Alex has played a part in nearly a dozen of his scores, working and learning under Inon's guidance.
Over the following years, Alex worked under a number of other legendary composers, contributing to six of Danny Elfman’s film scores, collaborating with Mad Men composer David Carbonara on the Lifetime original mini-series The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, and working as part of Tom Holkenborg's (aka Junkie XL's) team, concluding with 2019’s recent release Alita: Battle Angel. Along the way, he worked on a number of independent films and network TV shows as an additional music composer, music editor, orchestrator, and music supervisor; and developed a reputation as a session guitarist/bassist and music technology/composer-oriented studio design consultant.
Most recently, Alex composed the score to Jump Force (PS4, Xbox One, Windows) alongside a strong roster of composers, including Chad Seiter; Sparta (Windows), a collaboration with Inon Zur; and is a part of the Sony Interactive Entertainment internal music team.