Alexander Feldman ’18

Newtown, Pennsylvania Day Student
“IB Writer’s Focus is one of my favorite classes for two reasons: It allows me to express my creativity though open-ended creative writing assignments, and Terry Culleton really loves what he teaches. His excitement about writing is contagious.”

How have you been able to pursue a burning interest at George School?

Film has been a passion of mine for many years, and one of the main reasons that I chose to attend George School was so that I could pursue it. I am able to experiment and get experience from making three major films each year.

I started in the film program in my freshmen year. As an underclassman, I could learn from the upperclassmen in the class with more experience. Now as an upperclassman, I have been able to share my knowledge with the underclassmen. Also I have learned a lot from my teacher, Scott Seraydarian ’90, especially since he is an industry professional.

I have been able to pursue film outside the classroom as well. In my freshman year, I joined the Short Film Club, and since sophomore year I have been its co-leader. I also serve as the student videographer for the George School website.

More about Alexander:

In addition to all things film, Alexander has gotten involved in a variety of George School activities, from being tour guide to a peer group leader his junior and senior years to going on a service trip to Nicaragua to being a member of the Tabletop Club.