Alex Gorosh makes documentaries and commercial content for brands and non-profit organizations all over the globe. 

In 2014, Alex traveled to a slum of Accra, Ghana to shoot a short branded documentary called The Electronic Afterlife, chosen as a Vimeo Staff Pick. Alex was interviewed by the Silverlake Voice about the project and was invited to give a TEDx talk at UMKC.

In 2015, Alex released To Scale: The Solar System, a short doc that received 5 million views in the first week. It was covered by the Atlantic, NPR, Gizmodo, The Verge, and Buzzfeed among many others. The film won the Tuckman Young Voice Award at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival and was chosen to be part of the National Geographic Short Film Showcase

In a project for Art Fund UK, Alex tried to see every piece of art in London in a single day. The resulting film was covered by CampaignSlate, Gizmodo and others.

Alex uses crisp visuals and punchy editing to tell stories that, even when heavy, are damn fun to watch.