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Early Light Media: Throw
The first installment of Invisible Thread, an ongoing ELM passion project series, Throw tells the story of an outsider from East Baltimore, an area challenged by gang violence and poverty. Often misunderstood, Coffin Nachtmahr found acceptance among a subculture of “throwers” and it turns out, he’s a virtuoso. He now helps others find a creative and social outlet by sharing the very toy that inspired him. Alex was an associate producer and worked second camera on this project.
Lot1 Films: Fever
Fever, a short doc about the final party at one of Baltimore’s first underground warehouse rave venues, introduces viewers to a world where dance music frees people of labels and opens the lens to a community that won’t let time get in their way.
Executive Producer: Justin Peake
Director | Writer: Josh Davidsburg
Director of Photography: Alexander Glass
Edit: Alexander Glass | Josh Davidsburg
Early Light Media: Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Atlanta Community Investment Fund
The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Community Investment Fund is a small-grant program that supports neighborhood improvement projects in southwest Atlanta’s Neighborhood Planning Unit V (NPU-V). The fund’s board, which consists of people who live or work in NPU-V, awards up to $50,000 in grants annually. The board also serves to build community leadership, enabling residents to experience the grant-making process while helping to foster neighborhood change. Alex shot and edited this project.
Early Light Media: Sculpting with Fire
A member of the Emerging Technology Centers, Zero Gravity Creations is on track to change the way glass and metal work together across the globe. Alex produced, shot, and edited this project for Early Light Media. It won a Gold AVA Award in 2015.
Early Light Media: The World Championship of Pain
A 30-minute special airing on NESN chronicling Row Boston athletes, para-rowers and National Team development athletes from CRI as they competed at the 2015 C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints. Alex was the assistant director on this project.
Partnership for Action Learning in Sustainability
The PALS program at the University of Maryland connects local cities and counties to the unique resources available only on a college campus. It provides students with real life experience working on full-fledged consultant projects – an experience no other courses can offer.
With a focus on sustainability, PALS brings plans and analysis to a city for a fraction of what it would cost for consultants in the private sector.
Maryland Marijuana Decriminalization Explainer
Along with Drew Rauso, Alex created a stop motion explainer to help Marylander’s understand the change in marijuana policy starting October 1st, 2014.
Plunging For a Cause
Ravens fans put their enthusiasm toward a good cause, the Polar Bear Plunge.
Local outlet for Annapolis Musicians
Tuesday nights aren’t just for a sitcom before bed, at least that’s not what Kit Wittacre thinks. Through Uptown Jam, Kit manages to involve a community on stage to showcase their musical talents.
Maryland Celebrates 100 Years of Greek Life
This video was aired at half time of the 2013 University of Maryland homecoming football game in support of the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life’s 100 Years of Greek Life campaign.
Local shopkeep in a growing community
Biz, a College Park store owner, handles his budding business regardless of the surrounding atmosphere.
Alexander filmed, edited, and scripted “Illuminate DC” for DCTV’s Illuminate DC video competition. It was accepted as a finalist. Ben Oldach contributed to “Illuminate DC”.
Alexander animated the logo and sourced the audio for ViewFinder’s official video bumper and brand logo.