ALEXANDRA ROCA IS A CORRESPONDENT, FILMMAKER AND DIRECTOR.
Her work ranges from investigative journalism stories to docuart films. She spends the majority of her time in the field, embedded with her subjects, which makes her style highly relatable and intimate.
She is an on-camera corespondent for the show Explorer, National Geographic.
She is hands-on, adaptable and daring to go. Alexandra has covered stories and interviewed inmates, ex-gang members, politicians and covered stories of indigenous people in Panama, favela residents in Brazil and sexual victims in Morocco, to name a few. Her most recent work includes covering the Internet ecosystems in Cuba and interviewing experts from different countries on Internet Freedom, net neutrality and cybersecurity.
As well as working on her independent content, Alexandra is open to full-time and project-based engagements.
Bilingual in English and Spanish. Fluent in French
MA in Television Journalism
BA in International Development
Discovery Channel, 2012 Olympics and the United Nations
APPLE TALK & WORKSHOPS
Documentary Filmmaking - Hear filmmaker Alexandra Roca share tips for documentary filmmaking and creating intimacy with interview subjects, and get hands-on as you organize raw footage.