Alexandra Henry is an award-winning filmmaker with over 15 years of international experience in commercial production and branded entertainment. Most recently her short film 'Moving Together' won a Bronze Anthem Award for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Campaign - Non-Profit Fundraising Categories. In 2021, her first feature-length documentary, Street Heroines, won the Best Documentary Jury Prize at the Portland Film Festival. In 2019 she was selected for SHOOT Magazine's New Directors Showcase and named a finalist for the STARZ & The Wrap Women’s ‘Telling Our Stories’ film contest. 

Alexandra has been recognized as a CurateNYC Emerging Artist for her body of photographic work that explores the human experience  through architecture and graffiti in densely populated urban environments. Her photographs and films have been exhibited around the world and at prestigious institutions such as the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.

She received her B.A. in Diplomacy & World Affairs from Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA and speaks Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, French, and Italian. Based between Santa Fe and New York City, she was born in Alexandria, Virginia and raised near Truth or Consequences, New Mexico.

Projects in development

Street Heroines 2.0  (director/producer/writer)
Documentary series that continues to explore the courage and creativity of female graffiti and street artists- this time in Europe, Africa and Asia. 

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