Alexander Alekseevich was born in a military family, in a little town called Kamchatka. After finding out that he lost his hearing at the age of 1, his parents decided to move to Moscow.
Went to a special needs school for deaf children at the school #101 in the city of Moscow.
Started to attend The College of Design and Decorative Arts of the Moscow State Art and Industry Academy. Stroganov, and got a degree in design of art processing of stones and bones. Started to get vision impairment
Got a first degree disability
Became the director of BANO an organization for deaf and blind with the “Usher Syndrome”. Is engaged in graphics and pictorial art. After full loss of vision started to be more involved in sculpting
Member of TSHR
Received an award Ostrovskovo for courage, strength of spirit and artistic success
Was given a title of “Person of the year”
Received an international award Philantrop – 1st prize
Is now married, and has a daughter.