Alexi Freeman began his creative journey as a Fine Artist, attending the art school at the University of Tasmania majoring in printmaking and sculpture. He then continued to hone his aesthetic living in New York City, developing his practice bridging fine art, fashion and costume, before returning to Hobart to complete his Bachelor of Fine Arts. Having launched the Alexi Freeman fashion label (est. 2006), significant recent accomplishments include: an invitation by Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology to lecture on ‘Design for Performance’ in respect to the Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective at the National Gallery of Victoria, commission to design new work for the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Tasmania, selection for Melbourne Now at the NGV, selection by the Victorian government in partnership with Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival to represent Melbourne designers at London Fashion Week, finalist in The Powerhouse Museum International Lace Award, selection for the Signature Style touring exhibition curated by Craft Victoria, costume design commission for The Australian Ballet for their 50th anniversary Infinity season in collaboration with choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, numerous exhibited collaborations with jeweller Tessa Blazey. The work of the Alexi Freeman brand has been featured by international cult blogs including Style Bubble, Kingdom of Style, Taistoisoisbeau, and Fashionising.