is a freelance writer, creative director and producer who lives on the Fylde Coast and works across Lancashire.
Alexandra’s artistic practice combines print, performance, contemporary art, outreach and education. She is particularly interested in creating new work that articulates a sense of place and enables communities to connect with their environment, their local heritage and with each other.
As well as developing and delivering narrative led arts projects, Alex runs the socially engaged arts organisation, Fable Arts, which creates large scale narrative led projects around mass participation, heritage engagement, literacy development & local distinctiveness.
She is currently Co-Vice Chair of Arts Lancashire, an independent body of regional arts partnerships working together to highlight and develop the importance of the arts to Lancashire’s economy and cultural narrative. She is also a founding member of the Arts Partnership for Fylde.
Alex is an alumna of the MA in Creative Writing from Lancaster University. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Publishing from Oxford Brookes University, and an English and History of Art BA (Hons) from the University of York. In addition to holding a Certificate in Management from the Institute of Leadership and Management, she is also a graduate of Lancaster University Management School’s LEAD programme, an intensive leadership development programme for owner managers and director’s of SME’s.