Nubar Alexanian

Independent Filmmaker

Other Roles: Director, Producer

Areas of Focus: Documentaries, Feature Films, Shorts

Organization: Walker Creek Media, LLC

Biography

Nubar Alexanian is a highly acclaimed photojournalist and filmmaker who, for the past 40 years, has worked for magazines in the U.S & Europe including Life Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, Fortune, Geo, Time & Newsweek, National Geographic and many others. He’s also produced & directed long and short form videos for organizations and companies such as Bose Corporation, The Conversation Project and Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archive. Nubar has six books in print, including JAZZ with Wynton Marsalis and Nonfiction Photographs by Nubar Alexanian From the Film Sets of Errol Morris.
Since October 2011 he has been working on a feature documentary film with his daughter Abby, that deals with the powerful legacy of the Armenian genocide and the ways that a century of silence and denial has shaped their family and themselves. His production company, Walker Creek Media, LLC was created in 2006 and produces short documentary films for non-profit organizations.

Abby Alexanian is a nonprofit social impact consultant in Boston, MA, and recently received an MBA and Master in Public Policy from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University.