Alex Lampsos

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Alex Lampsos spent the majority of his life immersed in cultural discovery as his family expanded horizons in various parts of the world. A graduate of the New York Film Academy, Alex launched his career at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival for a two-festival run in Industry Relations. Since his move to Los Angeles, he produced over 20 films and music videos resulting in 40+ festival selections and awards, most notably an indie feature, "Cherry Pop", with cast members from RuPaul's Drag Race. Cherry Pop received strong acclaim across the nation through Entertainment Weekly, BuzzFeed, Elle, Entertainment Tonight, Out and The Advocate, released on all major outlets through Netflix / iTunes / Amazon / Wolfe Video. Alex has several films in the pipeline, including an LGBTQ romantic comedy and his first feature film as writer/director/producer. He hopes to continue to collaborate with talented storytellers and artists from around the world in showcasing projects that will elevate and inspire a language of love.

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AJA | I’m Kawaii / Ayo Sis

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"I’m Kawaii / Ayo Sis" is a hybrid narrative by Queer Artist Aja; featuring famed trans model Cassandra James and Derick Richmond. Featured in Billboard, Out Magazine, Into, and more.


Laganja Estranja | Look At Me Ft. J Tyler

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Look At Me" is the first single from RuPaul's Drag Race Star - Laganja Estranja; an ambitious orchestra of talent and visuals made possible by a rockstar team of artists. Featured in Billboard, Out Magazine, Instinct, In Magazine, Gay Times, and more.


Tatianna | CYA

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"CYA" is the second single from RuPaul's Drag Race All Star - Tatianna; in a sultry exposition of the lyrics, Tatianna grabs audiences with her profoundly captivating looks. Featured in Billboard, Out Magazine, World Of Wonder and more.


AJA | I Don't Wanna Brag

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"I Don't Wanna Brag" is the third single from Queer Artist Aja; transcending viewers to an eccentric underground world and serving over 10 iconic looks; featuring Violet Chachki, Trinity Taylor and Sasha Colby. 


AJA | Brujería

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Brujería" is the lead single from RuPaul's Drag Race All Star - AJA; serving up plenty of instantly iconic looks and furious ballroom production courtesy of New York's own DJ Mitch Ferrino. Featured on Paper Magazine, Billboard Magazine, VH1Mic Magazine, World Of Wonder and NewNowNext.


Monét X Change | Soak It Up

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Soak It Up" is the new single from RuPaul's Drag Race Star - Monét X Change, featuring season 8 winner Bob the Drag Queen; an homage to MTV videos from the 90's with a unique exposé of her infamous sponge dress. Featured on Billboard Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Instinct Magazine, Towleroad, NewNowNext and Beaumont Enterprise.


Alaska | Aliens Ft. Jeremy

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Aliens" is the new single from RuPaul's Drag Race All Star Winner - Alaska Thunderfuck, featuring Jeremy Mikush, filmed on location in London and Los Angeles. Featured on Entertainment Tonight, Billboard, Gay Times and more.


Bebe Zahara Benet | Jungle Kitty

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

Winner of Out Web Fest's Jury Award for Best Music Video, "Jungle Kitty" is the lead single from RuPaul's Drag Race All Star & Winner - Bebe Zahara Benet; a stunning, gritty narrative portraying Bebe as a mysterious international agent of fierceness who’s recently apprehended a hunky foe. Featured on Billboard Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, NewNowNext and Queerty.


Eureka O'Hara | The Big Girl

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"The Big Girl" is the lead single from RuPaul's Drag Race Star - Eureka O'Hara; delivering four whole minutes of “big-girl sexy,” stunting in skintight leotards, thousands of rhinestones, and one overflowing buffet table. Featured on Billboard Magazine.


Latrice Royale | Excuse The Beauty

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"eXcuse The Beauty" is the new single from RuPaul's Drag Race Star - Latrice Royale, featuring writer Epiphany Mattel; a fantasy world like no other with guest cameos by legends: Raja, Mariah Balenciaga, Manila Luzon, Trinity The Tuck Taylor, Jasmine Masters, Sasha Colby, Pandora Boxx. Featured on Billboard Magazine and Hornet.


Bob TheDragQueen | Purse First

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Purse First" is the first single from crowned winner of RuPaul's Drag Race - Bob TheDragQueen. The smash hit has topped the iTunes charts and amassed almost 2 million views on YouTube. Featured on Billboard Magazine, Out Magazine, The Daily Beast, Towleroad and NewNowNext.


Alexis Michelle | Love Fool

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Love Fool" is the new single from RuPaul's Drag Race Star - Alexis Michelle; a gorgeous remake of The Cardigans' classic song by the effervescent New York Queen.  Featured on Broadway World.


Kennis Clark | Forever

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Prince Dominic

"Forever" is the first single from renowned Los Angeles-based artist, Kennis Clark. The track was produced by J-Rum under the umbrella of StarrBoss Music Group. 


Latrice Royale | Here's To Life

Produced by Alex Lampsos
Directed by Assaad Yacoub

"Here's To Life" is the first single from RuPaul's Drag Race All Star - Latrice Royale, a beautiful number best associated with jazz legend Shirley Horn. Latrice celebrates a century of jazz with her new debut album, also called Here's To Life, that's an extension of her one-woman show by the same name.  

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Alex In The Press

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"Cherry Pop" On Netflix

Produced by Alex Lampsos | Directed by Assaad Yacoub



Music Videos

Rupaul's Drag Race Queens

AJA The Kween / Alexis Michelle / Bebe Zahara Benet
Bob The Drag Queen / Latrice Royale / Monét X Change 

Produced by Alex Lampsos | Directed by Assaad Yacoub


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