Alex Albers is a San Francisco based Editor with 10 years of experience in the film industry.
She has worked on documentaries, branded content & music videos.
Her passion is character driven documentary filmmaking rooted in social change.
She uses Adobe Premiere. (full bio)
On Saturday, January 21, hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington to “come together in solidarity to express to the new administration & congress that women’s rights are human rights and their power cannot be ignored.” WOMEN'S MARCH tells the story of people marching in solidarity for democracy. (TrimTab Media)
In the wake of dyke bars and spaces closing, a lonely queer in San Francisco sits outside of the now closed Lexington Bar and follows a trail of signs, motorcycle babes, femme dommes, and leather daddies to the Last Dyke Bar on Earth. (Sapphic Lasers) This Sapphic Lasers music video premiered at Frameline42 LGBTQ Film Festival in the Fun in Girls Shorts and Homegrown programs.
Michael was one of the first young people to stay at the SAY Dream Center shot-term shelter. Today, he lives at our affordable housing complex, Tamayo Village, and spends his time working toward his dream career path, hanging with friends, and honing his fishing skills. In this video, Michael shares his story about experiencing homelessness and how SAY helped him sharpen his tools for success and self-sufficiency. (SAY)
SHORT PROMOTIONAL DOCUMENTARY
As part of HP and Microsoft’s Reinvent the Classroom initiative, Digital Promise Global is facilitating a global network of Learning Studios designed for student-centered, experiential learning. Each Learning Studio is equipped with powerful technology for creation and collaboration. (Digital Promise)