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About

Arielle Alexis is currently working on her student thesis film (Metanoia) whilst studying at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Film/Video. She has won multiple artistic achievements throughout her educational career and has exhibited her works. Simultaneously, she is also developing her professional career as a cinematographer, editor and designer. Acknowledgments and publications can be seen below.

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Cuba Take One. Arielle worked in collaboration as a camera operator to create a documentary on the Havana International Film Festival, with  Bart Weiss  leading the way. (Look for her in the straw hat.)

Cuba Take One. Arielle worked in collaboration as a camera operator to create a documentary on the Havana International Film Festival, with Bart Weiss leading the way. (Look for her in the straw hat.)

 
 
 
 

Art is the child of reason and imagination.

Although creative in nature, Arielle knows that a vision doesn’t come to fruition by wishful thinking. It takes a plan of action, organization and high attention to detail.


 
 
 
 
Taken on a Belize Mission Trip, this photograph was taken by Arielle Alexis and featured on cover of  The Source  (a non-profit organization). The trip consisted of building a home from the ground up, digging wells for a local farm, and loving on people in their community.

Taken on a Belize Mission Trip, this photograph was taken by Arielle Alexis and featured on cover of The Source (a non-profit organization). The trip consisted of building a home from the ground up, digging wells for a local farm, and loving on people in their community.

Arielle’s very first art installation at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.

Arielle’s very first art installation at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.

First time working with an ARRI FLEX on a student film at the University of Texas at Arlington.

First time working with an ARRI FLEX on a student film at the University of Texas at Arlington.

 
 
 
 

And one thing led to another.

While first intending to be a fine artist working with traditional mediums, Arielle inadvertently began working with digital media. Taking a graphic design class in CA, led to a graphic design job at TCU in TX and one thing led to another. Her passions lay with photography and filmmaking.


 
 
 
 
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