Alexandra Thom is a creative director and brand strategist.1 She spent her formative years in the art world,2 working as a researcher,3 curator and technologist.4 This experience taught her to see objects, images, and spaces as products of the intrinsic connection between art and culture. Today, she looks at projects through this same lens, crafting thoughtful, relevant brands based on unique stories and ownable ideas. A passionate learner, Alexandra travels often,5 reads constantly and occasionally writes fiction.6 In all things, her process is rooted in asking questions, listening closely, researching diligently and working collaboratively. Alexandra is based in New York City.

1 Currently, she is a Creative Director at Revolver New York, an agency that drives strategy and designs identities for hospitality and lifestyle brands.
2 Alexandra earned a Masters in the History of Art from The Courtauld Institute of Art as the Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation Scholar. She specialized in the Gothic cathedral.  
3 After graduating from Vassar College, Alexandra traveled through Normandy for Mapping Gothic France, photographing and digitally scanning Gothic Cathedrals. This work will be used to reconstruct Notre Dame Cathedral following the devastating fire in April 2019.
4 With a grant from the Kress Foundation, Alexandra spearheaded a celebrated initiative at Brooklyn Museum to fill gaps about art and culture on Wikipedia leveraging the museum’s collection and curatorial expertise. She also organized the first feminist edit-a-thon at the Museum.  
5 The primary subject of her Instagram.
6 She won the Aura Estrada Short Story Contest at the Boston Review with her short story, The Piano.