Alexandra Geller loves telling stories through different forms of media. Whether through film, radio pieces, writing, or data-driven graphics, her projects challenge societal assumptions of identity.
She has written and produced interactive media for clients including National Geographic, WNYC New York Public Radio, Nike, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, The World Bank, and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Her film projects have earned recognition from the Marcia Robbins Women in Film Award; the Caucus Foundation for Producers, Writers, and Directors; the Virgin Unite Social Impact Award; and the Massachusetts Endowment for Humanities, among others.
Raised in Minneapolis, MN, she earned her BA in Literature and Geography from Middlebury College, and her MFA in Film and Media Art from Emerson College.