Alex Luster, a former HMS community producer, has more than 20 years of experience producing award-winning broadcast television programming, corporate videos, and independent films. He cofounded The Storyhive, a video production firm proudly based in Houston’s historic East End. He directs a variety of short form videos for Fortune 100 firms.

Alex’s passion for visual storytelling started in the late 80’s when he discovered his first film camera in a fast food kids’ meal. He moved on to a video camera and improved his craft working for Houston’s top English- and Spanish-language television networks. He started his career as an editor in Telemundo’s Houston newsroom. He later produced and edited promos and short-form content for Fox 26’s Creative Services department. In 2005, Alex created, produced and directed an Emmy-award-winning and Imagen-award-nominated Spanish-language program, Volumen, for Azteca America. In 2011, he directed a feature length documentary, Stick ‘Em Up!, which screened to a sold out River Oaks theater and multiple screenings at MFAH. He served as the managing editor of a weekly, nationally-televised program for ABC Television. He is recognized as one of Houston’s top documentary filmmakers.