Alex Gorosh is a commercial and documentary director.

In 2018, Alex directed and edited A New View of the Moon. It was chosen as a Vimeo Staff Pick and featured in the National Geographic Short Film Showcase as well as the Atlantic Selects.

In 2017, The True Story of Naadam won the Telly Award for best long form commercial. Alex also directed and edited an investigative short doc about police pursuits in Los Angeles for The New Yorker. It was covered by Jalopnik, and Curbed LA and has earned more than 850k views.

In 2016, Alex speed-walked through some magnificent art galleries for All the Art in London. You can read more about the project in Londonist, Slate or Gizmodo.

In 2015, along with writer and co-creator Wylie Overstreet, Alex directed and edited To Scale: The Solar System. It’s been translated into 8 languages and viewed more than 15 million times. It was chosen as a Vimeo Staff Pick and selected Best of the Month, and featured in National Geographic’s Short Film Showcase. It was covered by The Washington Post, The Verge, Mashable, Buzzfeed, NPR and more than 100 other publications all over the globe.

In 2014, Alex set his laptop on fire in Ghana for The Electronic Afterlife, a branded documentary project for Gizmogul. Alex explains more about the project in this TEDx Talk at UMKC.

Although his portfolio is diverse, Alex’s signature style is chalked full of rhythmic movement, dramatic scenery and most of all - heart.