I’m Alex Schelldorf, a word person, production assistant, video editor, and sometimes photographer. I live in Washington, D.C., but I’m a native Floridian, and I apologize in advance for that.
Currently, I am a marketing assistant at the American Institutes for Research, where I tweet, produce videos, and eat bagels on Wednesdays, amongst other things. Previously, I did a veritable cornucopia of things for NPR. In my free time, I masquerade as Pokey LaFarge’s doppelgänger.
I wrote about a different album every day of 2013 for my project, One Record Per Day.