An MFA graduate of UCLA’s prestigious Producer’s Program, Alexandra Creswick joined Paradox Studios as Vice President of Development and Production in 2017. She has overseen the company’s development slate, sourcing new material and talent while simultaneously overseeing projects in all states of production.
Previously, she worked as Director of Development for BiFrost Pictures and John Ptak at Arsenal film as Creative Director, learning the intricacies of the foreign financing market and liaising closely with Untitled Entertainment. While with BiFrost, she worked as the development executive on several projects including Paul Bettany’s directorial debut Shelter, starring Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Mackie, and Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead, on which she was also an Associate Producer. She has produced numerous short films and the hit webseries School of Thrones and Muzzled the Musical.
Her latest short film Emit, starring Heroes alum Jack Coleman, has been well received at many film festivals, including SciFi London, NBCU’s Diversity Showcase, Fantasia International Film Festival, and aired on PBS as part of their 2014 Shorts Showcase. She is currently in post-production on her first indie feature The Blackout, written and directed by Daniela de Carlo and starring an incredible, diverse cast of up-and-coming talent.
Creswick received her undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University in North Carolina, where she studied communication with an emphasis on critical film theory.