Alexander Lewis is a director and cinematographer based in New York City.  After receiving a B.A. in film studies from Columbia University, he continued his training in the field as a camera assistant under award-winning cinematographers. He spent four years working and traveling the world on Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, going from camera assistant to cinematographer. He has since shot for Netflix, Comedy Central, CNN, A&E, PBS, VICE, Discovery as well as a number of independent documentaries and shorts. As a director, Alexander has completed two short documentaries. Single Room Occupancy, premiered in 2016 at SIFF and was an official selection at 2017 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. He is currently in production on his third documentary short and is in development on a doc/ travel series with IPC.