"I have had the opportunity to work with Alex on numerous projects (including features) over the last twenty years. I have enormous respect for his work. His story sense is superb and his story instincts have been a big help to me. I had spent close to a year with Alex crafting the boards to a 3D movie we produced here for Walt Disney World. He brought so much to this project and in many ways deserves much credit for what has turned out to be one of the most popular attractions at Disney World. I strongly recommend him and hope you get as much from his talents and strengths as I did.
George Scribner - Animation Director - Walt Disney Imagineering
"... I’ve worked in the animation field for almost thirty years, in various positions at Disney, Warner Bros., Sony, Bluth and other studios, I find Alex an outstanding writer and story artist. He is consistently creative, has a deep understanding of animated and live-action cinema, and is a joy to collaborate with. We began writing together in 2003, and we sold and wrote the script for the first show we developed as a team. I look forward to developing other projects with him in the future.I’m sure you will be entirely satisfied by Alex’s ability, insight and passion on your project."
Linda Miller - Story Artist/Writer - The Walt Disney Studios
""It was a pleasure working with Alex during the storyboard phase Mickey’s Philharmagic, a 3D attraction at Walt Disney World, Florida. Alex had both the conceptual and drawing skills needed to help bring some of Disney’s most memorable characters to life."
Hendel Butoy - Supervising Director, Walt Disney Animation Studios
"The Legend of Smurfy Hollow"
The Walt Disney Studios
June 2010 – January 2011 (8 months)
Story work on "Planes" at Disneytoon Studios.
(The film is a spectacular new CG feature in conjunction with Pixar Animation Studios).
Story ArtistEdit- Sony Pictures Entertainment
December 2009 – February 2010 (3 months)
"The Smurfs" -- Live Action/CGI Motion Picture (2011)
(The all-time box office champ among children's movies with CGI stars).
Nominated - People's Choice Awards.
Story ArtistEdit- MoonScoop
July 2008 – March 2009 (9 months)
Based on the popular children's book series.
Writer/ Executive Producer (Development)Edit- Desert Wind Films
September 2008 – November 2008 (3 months)
Digital Media Series - Pitch/Development
Story ArtistEdit- Nickelodeon Animation Studios
January 2007 – November 2007 (11 months)
"Tak and the Power of JuJu" (CGI TV Series)
Story Artist/Story DevelopmentEdit- The Weinstein Company/Tuxedo Films
February 2006 – January 2007 (1 year)
"Opus" CGI (Feature)
January 1998 – April 2005 (7 years, 4 months)
"The Tinker Bell Movie"
"Winnie the Pooh Wonderful Word Adventure"
"Lilo and Stitch 2"
"Don Quixote" (Story Development)
"The Snow Queen" (Story Development)
June 2001 – September 2002 (1 year, 4 months)
"Mickey's Philharmagic" -- an amazing 12 minute 3D movie for Walt Disney World -- featuring new CG sequences from classic Disney animation:
"The Sorcerer's Apprentice" - "Fantasia"
"The Little Mermaid"
"Beauty and the Beast"
"The Lion King"
January 2002 – August 2002 (8 months)
"A Martian Christmas Carol" One hour animated television special.
January 1995 – August 1996 (1 year, 8 months)
Feature Animation "Space Jam" Live-Action/Animated Sports Comedy.
Writer/Director/ProducerEdit- Walt Disney Television Animation
September 1996 – March 1998 (1 year 7 months)
"Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas" / "Donald Stuck on Christmas" Segment (DVD Trilogy Feature)
(Annie Awards - Nominated / Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Home Video Production)
"Frankenstein" (Head of Story/Feature Project - In Development)
Story Artist/Story Development/DesignerEdit- Walt Disney Company
1986 – 1993 (7 years)
"Oliver and Co."
"The Goofy Movie"
"The Mighty Ducks" - Animated Special Project/Story/Vis Dev.
"After Happily Ever After" (Prime-Time Animated Television Special)
"The Brave Little Toaster" (Emmy Awards - Nominated / Outstanding Animated Program)
Animated Prime-Time Projects - Story Development