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Alexandra J. Lewis-Lorentz has been the sole proprietor of AJL Productions since 2005. Starting out at WXXI/TV21 in the early 1980's, she worked with PBS and Ganondagan State Historic Site and National Historic Landmark to produce the interpretive video Gannagaro: The Seneca Town of Peace. This became the basis for her doctoral dissertation (1990) titled From Gannagaro to Ganondagan - A Process and Reality of Seneca-Iroquois Identity.

Alexandra brings her extensive experience in the digital arts together with her work as an applied anthropologist. The result is a unique approach to the content of her work. Over the years she has teamed up with other talented graphic artists and agriculture industry educators to produce bilingual, high quality video to farmworker training.  She has worked closely with are the EPA, the University of Washington Pacific Northwest Agricultural Health and Safety Center, Pesticide Education Collaborative Resources (PERC), Washington State Department of Agriculture, Washington State Horticulture Association (now WSTFA), Global G.A.P. - Food Safety, Safe Quality Foods (SQF),  and the Equitable Food Initiative (EFI).

Alexandra holds a Masters degree from Cambridge University in  Social Anthropology, a Masters Degree and a PhD from the University of Washington in Sociocultural Anthropology. Since 2009 she as been a Research Associate faculty  in the Department of Anthropology at Central Washington University. She has travelled extensively and speaks, and reads, both Spanish and French. 

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