Alexandria Fuller is painting a new picture of reality. As a visual storyteller she is focused on race and culture. Alexandria received her master’s degree in journalism at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and her bachelors in English from Spelman College. In 2017, Alexandria was awarded NABJ's Acel Moore Scholarship for Community Journalism. Her multimedia piece, “Justice for Who” was a finalist for the 2018 Online Journalism Awards’ David Teeuwen Student Journalism. In 2018, she received The Society of Professional Journalists- Nor Cal Excellence Award. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, KQED, and California Magazine. Alexandria currently works as a video producer in Atlanta, GA where she has produced a number of commercial and advertising videos for corporate companies like Delta, Georgia Department of Economic Development, Manhattan Associates and Georgia-Pacific.