Alex Workman is a photographer, filmmaker and storyteller who grew up in South Florida and now lives in Tallahassee, FL. He began carrying around a camera when he was young and,through grade school and college, had the opportunity to be a part of telling stories for some incredible organizations, such as Apple & Chick-fil-A.
Alex moved to Tallahassee in 2014, and, having to be very intentional about learning to love his new city, he developed a community project called Aerial Tallahassee, telling the story of Tallahassee from the sky. In 2016, he started The Workmans, a company focused on commercial photography & creating short films for businesses, organizations, agencies and individuals, equipping them to better tell their story. Through exploring his community and documenting many stories, in 2017, Alex began capturing portraits and telling the stories of many of the refugee families who fled for their lives and now call Tallahassee home, through a series called #RefugeesofTLH.
Alex is married to his wife, Chelsea and they have two sons, #KeeganRhodes & #OliverBrave. They love spending time together as a family and exploring their community, especially through food and coffee.