Alex joined Nissen Richards Studio in 2011 and has worked on a variety of exhibition, commercial and residential projects. He completed his MA at the Royal College of Art in 2014, and his BSc at the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2009.
He took a lead design role for the blockbuster exhibition You Say You Want A Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970, which opened at the V&A in September 2016 and is currently on a world tour. The exhibition merged traditional theatrical techniques with cutting-edge video and audio technology to create a highly immersive environment. He has worked on a variety of other UK and international exhibitions including ‘Reconstruction’ for the British Council, for which Alex toured to Uzbekistan, Russia and Bangladesh to provide technical support.
Alex gained a distinction for his MA design thesis about common land and the digital public commons. Whilst studying Alex developed his interest in music and technology, working with music software, film and sculpture. He writes and records his own electronic music with a band in London.