Alexandra Graff is a writer, editor, and designer based in Los Angeles, California. She's passionate about contemporary art and making it accessible to the wider public. Her current research involves the interaction between social media and the art world, with a particular emphasis on censorship policy and the representation of women in art media.
She is currently working on a project about women authors, and she enjoys reading contemporary fiction written by authors traditionally marginalized by the publishing industry including women, people of color, and queer authors.
Designer, Art Journalist, avid reader
Alexandra has a Master's in Visual Arts Management and Curating from Richmond, The American International University in London, as well as a Bachelor's in Communication from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University and an Editing and Publishing Certificate from the WSU Department of English. Her professional experience includes writing, editing, copyediting, management, and design.