Alexander Lewis is a director and cinematographer based in New York City. He has travelled the world for work, most recently operating for the Emmy award-winning show on CNN, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. After having received a B.A. in film studies from Columbia University, he continued his training in the field. As a member of Local 600, he was a camera assistant to award-winning cinematographers (including Steven Soderbergh, Zach Zamboni, Piotr Kukla, Lyle Vincent), working on such features, documentaries and shows as The Knick, Orange is the New Black, Girls, and Gotham. His first documentary short, Single Room Occupancy, which he shot and co-directed, had its World Premiere at the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival, is an official selection at the 2017 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, MT and is having a week-long theatrical run in New York City.  He recently wrapped production on Well Groomed, a feature length documentary, chronicling the world of competitive dog grooming, is in development on a doc/ travel series, and currently is DP'ing a doc series for A&E.