Bastien Alexandre

Bastien Alexandre is a Montreal-based freelance multi-disciplinary creator, writer and director of stage shows, live entertainment, films, and multimedia experiences whose chief interest has always been storytelling.

With close to 20 years experience in the field of creative entertainment, he has contributed to all aspects of project creation, from inception, as a concept and storyboard artist, costume designer, to writing, pitching, to ultimately directing. Immersing himself into the chaos of abstract thought and emerging with a clear vision tailored to the needs and objectives of the project are second nature to him.

He has enjoyed working with creative minds from such organizations as Cirque du Soleil, Moment Factory, Disney’s Imagineering, Microsoft and Ubisoft. He wrote and directed the 2009 Luminato Cirque du Soleil Event, the 2013 Cirque du Soleil’s Scalada show in Andorra, the 17th Pan-American Games Opening Ceremony in Toronto (nominated for 7 Canadian Screen Awards), La Forge aux Étoiles at the Futuroscope theme park in Poitiers, France, and the 2017 big top touring show VOLTA for Cirque du Soleil, was creative consultant on Ubisoft’s Child of Light video game, and directed the short film How Tommy Lemenchick Became a Grade Seven Legend in 2016.

Bastien is absolutely sold on the creative process and its inner workings. He is addicted to plunging head first into it and orchestrating the chaotic collage of minds, parameters, technical realities, personalities and talents to achieve an ultimate vision.