Born in Truro, UK, 1981
Lives and works in Norfolk, UK.

Upcoming
End Cottage, TACO!, London, January 2020. (Solo)

Solo/Duo Exhibitions
On Land, w/ Ian Homerston, 53 Beck Rd, London (2018)
Alex Crocker/Charlie Duck, 9 Parsonage Sq, Norwich (2017)
Earth Worm, Martin Van Zomeran, Amsterdam (2017) (Solo)
Potlatch, De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2016) (Solo)
Wyrd, Ana Cristea Gallery, New York (2015) (Solo)

Selected Group Exhibitions
How Small a Thought, Margate, (2019)
Outpost Members Show (selected by Jessica Warboys), Outpost, Norwich (2019)
Sightings, Caraboo Projects, Bristol (2018)
Trout Steel, The Horse Hospital, London (2018)
28th December 1980, Asylum Studios, Suffolk. (2018)
Buning Brongers Prijzen, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam (2016)
The Talking Lamp, Kennington Residency, London (2016)
Cul-De-Sac, Llandudno, Wales (2016)
The Eyes Have It, 53 Beck Road, London (2016)
A Bestiary, Turf Projects, London (2015)
New Participants, De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2014)
English Stoneware, Troy Town Art Pottery, London (2014)
Every bird brings a different melody to the garden, No Format, London (2013)
Creekside Open (selected by Paul Noble), A.P.T, London. (2013)
We Need These Images, Cole, London (2012)

Publications
Ambit 235, London, 2019
Spoilage, published by Gallery Wschod, Warsaw, Poland, 2018.
On Land, 53 Beck Rd, London, 2018
Ambit 227, London, 2017
Buning Brongers Prijzen Catalogue, Amsterdam, 2016
The Book of Comus, Mrs Patterson’s Press, London, 2016
Neru Phuyt, Issue 1, Mrs Patterson’s Press, London, 2014
We Need These Images, Exhibition Publication, Cole, London, 2012

Selected Press
Heinrich, Will, Two artists paint through different philosophies, Hyperallergic, 2015
Kedmey, Karen, Alex Crocker packs centuries of symbols into new paintings, Artsy, 2015
Prisser, Jeane, Madness and heavenly singing in a dark cave and small circles, review of Amsterdam art weekend, de Volksrant, 2014

Education
De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2014 – 2016)
MA Painting, Royal College of Art, London (2007 – 2009)
BA Painting, University of Brighton, Brighton (2001 – 2005)