Alex Kamb is a writer, director and stop motion animator.
After graduating from USC School of Cinematic Arts MFA program in May 2020, he directed the stop motion section of a Netflix Top 10 Kids movie “L.O.L Surprise! The Movie”.
He was selected as one of 15 filmmakers for the Sundance Institute's young filmmakers fellowship program, Ignite, in 2017.
He has directed over 50 short films, music videos and commercials, clients include Netflix, MGA Entertainment, SpinMaster, Mattel, etc. His short film "5150" won 1st Place Best Film at the New Haven 48 Hour Film Project and his short film "Walking to the Trashcan... In Front of Da Ladies" won Best Comedy at the My Rode Reel Film Competition 2016. Many of his other films went to Flickers’ Rhode Island IFF, LA Shorts IFF, Short Shorts FF, etc.
His interracial and bicultural background gives him appreciation and open mind for different types of cinema, which he hopes will be apparent and incorporated in his debut feature film “Better Than A Shovel”.