She graduated with a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago before moving back to the golden state in 2014. Some of her clients include: The New York Times, Pop Up Magazine and Food 52.
Alexandra’s art practice focuses on ways to celebrate diversity and authentic female experiences. Through easily accessible mediums or public art, her goal is to start a dialogue about the importance of representation and being seen in a world where some feel invisible. She tends to illustrate topics dealing with race, culture, gender, inclusivity and relationships. Visually, her work uses scale as a metaphor for the importance of untold stories and is a dynamic balance of graphic and painterly elements.