Hello - Moin - Salut -
My name is Alexa Young
Work is conducted remotely and globally at the same time.
It can be intimating to navigate all theses cultural and linguistic differences. That's where I come in.
I bridge these barriers, helping you with effective communication skills and knowing how to get things done in any situation, ensuring a smooth operation for your project.
I am a self-employed Jane of all trades. I write. I produce. I manage projects large and small in various industries.
My clients know that I take care of all details and deliver results on deadline.
I am proud to say that I've had working relationships with many of the same people for decades.
I work with International clients from Europe, North, Central and South America, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
I am happy to integrate with your team.
Thank you for messaging or calling me!
Now the last two films have also been successfully accepted by Arte! Time for a big MAHALO to you! Without your exemplary role as "The Hammer", as Tom Puhako Stone called you reverently, we would not have made it.
And despite all the transatlantic communication difficulties and all the adversities during the shooting, the films turned out really beautiful. Especially thanks to our protagonists, whom you searched for, found and "nailed" for us for over two years. MAHALO for that too! In my opinion, they make the big difference to conventional Hawaiian documentation.”
Christopher Gerisch - Autor | Regisseur
SPIEGEL TV GmbH, Jenfelder Allee 80, 22039 Hamburg, Germany
"Marion was a pioneer and valued member of my first expeditions to find the elusive Lost City of the Monkey God. Her grit, intelligence and determination under all types of extreme conditions are unparalleled. I will be forever grateful to have had her on my team."
Steve Elkins - American Cinematographer and Explorer, Discovered the legendary Lost City of the Monkey God in Honduras.
"Marion, my Love.
She's the best that can happen to a director if he wants to get his project moving. In an instant she becomes part of the film, contributing ideas, contacts and everything that is needed. And if at times there seems no way – she finds a way. She loves to make the impossible possible. We have known each other for more than 30 years and produced more than 50 documentaries for German TV …. No way that I could have done all this without Magic Marion."
Eckhart Schmidt, German film director, producer, writer and photographer. Owner of Raphaela Film GmbH, Munich/Los Angeles/ Rome