Alex has spent time over the years collecting different musical experiences as an arranger, soloist, chorister and director across a range of different genres.
Alex began her musical journey with the Australian Girls Choir, which fostered her love of all things vocal, choral, and harmony, performing in multiple projects across the country. After eight years of devoted choral singing, she moved on to take her vocal studies further, eventually undertaking the Bachelor of Music program at the Queensland University of Technology.
While at QUT, Alex studied performance, songwriting, sound production and film studies, all while throwing herself into various projects to exercise her creativity. Around this time she met the Vocal Australia team, and went on to write, arrange and perform in various vocal and a cappella groups both during and after her studies.
Since graduating in 2015, Alex has quickly become recognised as a specialist in arranging for contemporary a cappella and choral music, with her work winning multiple awards in AUSACA, the Australian A Cappella Awards. Alex is a mega a cappella nerd and lover, devoting almost all of her time to it with her vocal band MVP (who are currently finalists in this year’s QUBE Effect), and her work both with Vocal Australia and the Australian A Cappella Collab Project. Her work as an arranger has spanned to both national and international audiences, including a performance by powerhouse girl group After5 on The Voice Australia. Alex was both a nominator and judge for the 2019 CARA Awards (International Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards), currently serves as choral director to QUT Vox Pop, Centenary Community Choir and Centenary State High School’s Choral Program, and arranges for multiple a cappella ensembles both across Australia and internationally.