Film Studies

Alexander Markowski, M.A., CAS, part-time faculty
King Hall 106G | 910.228.9826 | markowskia@uncw.eduAlexander Markowski


  • Master of Arts, Liberal Studies, UNC Wilmington
  • Bachelor of Arts, Communications, New York Institute of Technology

Alexander Markowski CAS is a 27-year veteran of film and video audio engineering. His credits include Academy award, Emmy award and Sundance winning programs. His work experience includes production sound mixing, post-production sound supervision, post-production sound editing, sound design and final re-recording sound mixing. In addition to his hands on creative experience in sound work, Alex has designed and supervised the construction of post-production audio facilities at Duart Film and Video in New York City. Alex continues to work in Wilmington as an ADR mixer for such shows as Revolution (NBC) and One Tree Hill (CW), and as a supervising sound editor, designer, and final mixer for numerous independent features. Alex received a Master of the Arts in Liberal Studies at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and graduated Cum Laude from New York Institute of Technology. Noted credits include; the academy award-winning best short Thoth in 2002, Sundance winner American Movie, and three feature documentaries for film icon Frederick Wiseman.

He is president of Audio Kitchen Post, a post production sound facility serving national and international clients.

Member: Cinema Audio Society

Courses Taught: FST 393-Sound Recording, FST 394-Sound Design