Alexis Aggrey is a producer that has worked with public television, cable and museum clients for more than ten years creating documentary content that educates and inspires. Alexis believes in the importance of public television and has worked on many projects with PBS, the National Black Programming Consortium, SCETV and Capital Concerts, Inc. Alexis’ public television experience ranges from long-form vérité documentary to managing digital campaigns and segment producing. As a key member of the Peabody Award winning 180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School production team, Alexis fell in love with public television and the amazing network of stations across the country that supported the broadcast event and engagement campaign. In 2016, Alexis completed three galleries of media for the Smithsonian on African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. Responsible for more than 30 video installations, Alexis collaborated with the curatorial team to produce mini-documentaries, large format video installations, media as artifact and scholarly interviews. Working on the National Museum of African American History and Culture was truly the project of a lifetime and an opportunity to contribute to a groundbreaking project.
Are you busting with ideas and wonder if they’re viable? Have you seen the rise of YouTube stars to commercial success and wonder if that could be you? Producer Alexis Aggrey will discuss the art of storytelling and how to make it your career. In this session, we’ll examine some current models of success and the next generation of […]