Alex Geana has covered over 500 fashion shows in his career with commercial clients that include Donna Karan, HBO and Cointreau.
He has been published across the web and his career spans both the commercial and fine art spheres. He published the best selling book "Fire Island: Photographs".
His fine art work is in private collections and in two museums. In June of 2015 he had his first solo fine art show called Intended Consequences at the Leslie-Lohman Project Space in SoHo. He's since been in numerous group shows and had a one night only presentation of his Fire Island images in 2017. Paper Magazine highlighted the body of work and 300 attended.
Alex’s photography has been published in the book Daphne Guinness by the Yale University Press, and exhibited by the Leslie Lohman Museum, The Museum at FIT, Chair and the Maiden Gallery, and the School of Visual Arts.
He was a member of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) and The Society of Publication Designers (SPD). Alex has also donated fine art prints to silent auctions to help raise money for charities such as GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), Bottomless Closet, The Jewish Guild for the Blind, Live Out Loud, and All Saints Church.
Born in Romania and raised in California, Alex moved to New York to pursue a career in hospitality management. During this time, he learned how to motivate a team and discovered a love for food while honing an eagle eye for detail and observing the various stratas of New York society. Now settled in downtown New York, Alex loves creating new work and projects and has a newfound passion for tech.