Alex is an engineer who is comfortable with recording and mixing as small or large a project as can come and who has had great experience working with the top names in styles as varied as jazz, rock, folk, classical, pop, hip hop, broadway, R&B, electronic, film scores and many others.
Some examples of the artists he's worked with include: Sting, John Legend, Maria Schneider, Marcus Miller, Aretha Frankiln, Wynton Marsalis, Yo-Yo Ma, Renee Fleming, Juan Luis Guerra, Herbie Hancock, Lady Gaga, Woody Allen, Philip Glass, Christian McBride, Cassandra Wilson, Sufjan Stevens, Regina Spektor, Train, Punch Brothers, My Brightest Diamond, Loudon, Martha and Rufus Wainwright, John Patitucci and many others.
The combination of his skills and passion for large recording sessions has turned him into one of the engineers who routinely gets called for 2 room Broadway cast albums. In 2015 alone, he engineered the sessions for three of the year's best known productions: Sting's "The Last Ship", "An American In Paris" and "Finding Neverland". His expertise with acoustic instruments and large sessions has also made him a top choice for when artists such as Harry Connick Jr., Train, Panic At The Disco, Tori Kelly and Kid Rock amongst others need to record horns and strings for their records.
In 2009 he was awarded a Grammy for recording and mixing Loudon Wainwright III's record "High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Pool Project" ("Best Traditional Folk") and in 2010 he won his second Grammy for John Legend & The Roots album "Wake Up" ("Best R&B"). Also, he's been involved in various other Grammy winning and nominated albums such as Maria Schneider's "Sky Blue", John Legend's "Evolver" and the song "Shine", Punch Brother's "The Phosphorescent Blues" as well as the cast albums for the Broadway productions of "Shrek" and "9 to 5".