Alexej Savreux was born in 1989. He grew up in northwestern Vermont.
Alexej is a mixed media artist, satirist, poet, blogger, journalist, and college lecturer informed by lifelong paranoid schizophrenia and inspired by a desire to see the beauty in all things.
He has worked as a professional journalist, a linguist, a tutor, a janitor, a kitchen clerk, a deli clerk, a movie theater employee, a fast food employee, and a self-employed multimedia artist.
His artwork can be found in funky, smaller galleries in rural New York; Colorado; New Mexico; Maryland; Virginia, among others. His artwork can also be found on the streets of Colorado, New England, New York, and Kansas. His artwork has at various times made its way into the hands of families, college kids, and academics.
His artistic training was initiated at The Maryland Hall For The Creative Arts where he studied darkroom photography, filmmaking, and improv. He later continued studying digital photography at The Kansas City Art Institute, painting and graphic art at Johnson County Community College, and videography under photographer and filmmaker Tonia Hughes.
He currently lives and works out of Kansas City, MO.