As a writer Alexis has been commissioned to write comedy pilots for Fresh One and Shed Productions, as well as online sketches for Hat Trick. She wrote and produced the short film, ‘Shoes’ co-starring Steve Furst which made official selection for multiple international film festivals including LSFF and Portobello and writes and films her own sketches, some of which have been featured on The Huffington Post, The British Comedy Guide and been shortlisted for a Funny Women Award. Her sketch, ‘Facebook Parents’ about pesky oversharing parents has had over 100k views.
In addition, Alexis is an emerging playwright and her works include ‘Volcano’ at Theatre Royal Stratford East (mentored by Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE and John Gordon of Team Angelica), ‘Always The Bride’ at Wimbledon Studio Theatre (‘Funny and well observed’, Wimbledon Guardian), and ‘Before And After’ at The Arcola. She was also long-listed for the ‘Old Vic 12’.
Other creative endeavours include writing an article on single parenting during the pandemic for Metro, producing a documentary on mental health for Guardian Film/The Observer and Alexis also blogs on parenting issues for Raising Films, Selfish Mother and single parent charity, Gingerbread.
‘The Time I Almost…‘, a comedy memoir, marks Alexis’s non-fiction prose debut and she is currently seeking a publisher.