Alexandria Studios is run by Gabriella Diaz. She has worked on various films of her own as well as at NJ Film School, beginning at the age of nine. Gabriella has worked on every aspect of the crew — writer, gaffer, cinematographer, sound, editor, etc. — but she is in her element as a director. She is most proud of an independent film she created in 2016, entitled “Words,” about the struggles of verbal harassment. Alongside two of her peers from NJ Film School, namely Austin Segal and Logan Calder, she helped to create a short documentary about the March For Our Lives movement, “Bulletproof,” shot at the March For Our Lives protest on March 24, 2018 in Washington D.C. Made entirely in 24 hours, she directed “Lemonhead,” a multiple award-winning film about a boy’s lemonade stand gone wrong. She has created videos for TED-Ed Clubs for speakers to represent her high school and has been an event videographer for several organizations. She is also the current Public Relations Secretary for her high school's National Art Honor Society In addition to her filmmaking, she also works as a photographer. A majority of her photography commissions get posted onto her Flickr page.