• “War fare inevitably breeds corruption”

    Loreta Velazquez
  • “A woman labors to fight her own way in the world, and yet, she can often do things that a man cannot.”

    Loreta Velazquez
  • “The way to keep a secret, is not to tell it to anybody.”

    Loreta Velazquez
  • “What a fearful thing this human slaughtering was.”

    Loreta Velazquez
  • “I was, despite my Spanish ancestry, an American, heart and soul.”

    Loreta Velazquez
  • “My career has differed from that of most women.  Some things I have done have shocked persons for whom I have every respect.”

    Loreta Velazquez

Alex Vlacos

Additional Camera

Projects as Gaffer have included: Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust and commercials for Mountain Dew, Pepsi, McDonalds, Diet Rite Cola, Ruby Tuesdays, Delchamps, Uncle Ben’s Rice. Other work for Kenny Wayne Shepard, Beastie Boys, Daniel Lanois, Kenny Latimore, Mystikal, Kim Ruth Brown, Irma Thomas, Randy Crawford and Paul Allen’s Experience Music Project.

As Director of Photography projects have included the film, Ruby In Paradise, along with commercials for Amnesty International, Greenpeace, NFL Films, Sprint PCS, Radiofone, US Forest Service, Dixie Beer, New Orleans Police Department, Aucion Hart, and Sheraton Hotel. Musical endeavors (EPK, music videos, and docs) include: Seven Mary Three, MasterP, Carl Perkins, Big Tymers, Sporty T, Wild Boyz, Cadie Curtis and Third Eye Blind. Documentary films: Shalom Y’all, Fuel Dreams, Louis Prima: The Wildest for AMC, The Treme Documentary Project and Julia Sims’ story Beyond Measure.

Alex currently lives and works in the San Francisco Bay area.

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