Hey there. I'm Alexander Hotz.


Currently, I work as a Senior Video Journalist at The Wall Street Journal in New York City.

Before that, I ran my own production company Fair Voyage Films.

Before that, I worked as the Multimedia Director for Coconuts Media, Southeast Asia's fastest-growing digital media property.

Before that, I was a digital media professor at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.

Before that, I attended Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, where I received two fellowships to extend my studies: the Digital Media Associate teaching fellowship and the New York World reporting fellowship.

Before that, I worked as a public radio reporter in a small fishing village in Southeastern Alaska.

Before that, I worked as an English teacher in El Vergel, a tiny Borucan village in Southwestern Costa Rican.

Before that, I attended Muhlenberg College where I studied history and poli sci. 

Before that, I went to middle and high school in New Jersey.

Before that, I was born in Durban, South Africa where I lived for the first ten years of my life.

And before that, I didn't exist.

Say hi @ alexander.hotz@wsj.com