Alexa Green was born in the Berkshires, Massachusetts. She has always loved film. Her earliest influence was Howard Hawks, when at age eight she was able to recite all of the dialogue from his 1946 film "The Big Sleep." When Alexa received a camcorder for Christmas 2005, she began filming everything she could.
Alexa now works under the name Green Screen Studios, and makes short films, documentaries, parodies, tv shows, promotional material, and music videos. She has won several awards for her work, including a national Alliance for Community Media prize. She writes, directs, acts in, films, edits, scores, distributes, and publicizes her movies. Alexa employs her friends and family members for her narrative films, and she herself has been hired by local businesses and filmmakers to create promotional material and documentaries. Alexa has worked with HBO, PBS, The Colonial Theatre, The Berkshire Museum, award-winning greeting card company Museum Facsimiles, Pittsfield Community Television, Cultural Pittsfield, Miss Hall’s School, ethnographic filmmaker Fidel Moreno, independent filmmaker Jesse Howard, Pittsfield Sheriff Carmen Massimiano, and New York Times bestselling author Rachel Simmons.
Alexa now resides in New York City and is studying Film and Television at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
New York University (New York, NY)