A native of Peru, Alex has apprenticed with masters in systems of Andean shamanism, in the arts of geomancy and feng shui, and in architecture. He is deeply engaged in his daily work in bringing shamanism practically and effectively into all facets of contemporary life through his work with space. Alex’s work has been featured in many publications, including the New York Times, Town & Country, New York magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and the London Evening Standard, and on CNN, PBS, and the Arts & Entertainment channel. He lives with his wife and daughter in Venice Beach, CA.
Alex is an internationally recognized consultant, advisor, and teacher on issues of creativity, efficiency, design, and healing. A practitioner of feng shui and European geomancy, he advises on issues of design and placement for residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities; urban settlements; and health-care facilities; and on issues of institutional and personal transformation. He has received a design citation for his feng shui work by the Boston Society of Architects.