Alexandra attended Ramapo College of New Jersey, where she actively engaged and starred in productions ranging from an adaptation of Euripides Greek tragedy Trojan Women to Aristophanes comedy Birds. She also studied the works of Anton Chekhov, English playwright Sarah Kane and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist William Shakespeare.
In 2012, Alexandra's first role came when she did background work on the CBS television series Blue Bloods in New York City. In 2013, Alexandra relocated to DC where she landed her first performing arts gig in collaboration with the DC Women’s Theater Group titled Lost Letters: From the Frontline to the Homefront.
Additionally, Alexandra is passionate about modeling and collaborating with photographers in the LGBTQ community and various designers in the fashion industry. Most recently, Alexandra was featured in 100 Most Stylish DapperQ's of 2018; one of the world's premier queer style digital magazines.
Alexandra's recent projects include Harmony, a feature with Hand Me Down Films, and The Pick Up, a short with upcoming screenings in Rome, France, Canada, and Los Angeles.