Award winning cinematographer Alexander D. Paul has worked on numerous popular television shows and movies.  Most recently, Alexander has served as Director of Photography for the pilot episode for the highly anticipated documentary series “Frontiers” from the producers of “Chef’s Table” in association with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.  He has also worked as a 1st AC on TruTV's “Adam Ruins Everything,” FX’s “American Horror Story,” and multiple seasons of Netflix’s “Chef’s Table”.

Originally from New London, CT, Alexander graduated from Emerson College with a Bachelor's Degree in media studies and then moved to Los Angeles where he began working as a local 600 camera assistant.  He has worked under the guidance of cinematographers such as Academy Award winner David Stump, the former President of the American Society of Cinematographers Michael Goi, and Richard Crudo the current president of the American Society of Cinematographers.

Alexander utilizes a wide range of processes and techniques to create rich and meaningful imagery.  From commercials to documentaries, half hour comedy or experimental short, Alexander has always approached his art form with both monastic discipline and comic touch.