Alex is a Grammy award winning audio engineer, mixer and producer who has worked with some of the music industry’s top recording artists, composers and producers. Alex is highly skilled in multiple DAWs, including Pro Tools, Ableton and Logic, and has extensive experience in Professional Audio, Production, Mixing and Audio Editing for multiple genres including Rock, Pop, Hip-hop, Electronic, Orchestral, and Americana.
Alex's professional audio career began in 2007 when he was hired as a live sound engineer at the Key Club in West Hollywood. At the Key Club, Alex mixed FOH and monitors for a wide variety of artists such as The Roots, The Misfits, Q-Tip, Stevie Wonder, Public Enemy, Foreigner, Venetian Snares, and many more. In 2009, Alex earned a Bachelor of Science in Music Industry from USC, Thornton School of Music. Soon after graduating, Alex met Jeff Greenberg, owner of The Village Studios in West L.A., and subsequently joined The Village Studio's staff.
Alex started out as a runner and worked his way up to his current position as one of the senior engineers at The Village, where he records and mixes for a variety of projects from albums to film scores to live radio broadcasts. Alex also stays busy as a freelance recording and mixing engineer. When he isn't engineering or mixing, he can be found producing other artists and creating his own music.
Alex became a voting member of the Recording Academy in 2019, and won his first Grammy at the 64th Grammy Awards for his engineering work on Jon Batiste’s album ‘We Are’.