Alexandre was a foreign reporter from 2014 to 2016, in Ukraine and Turkey, covering civil unrest abroad before becoming an investigative journalist. He is the director of EIF (Environmental Investigative Forum), a global consortium of environmental investigative journalists and is currently working as freelance, as well as a journalism program coordinator for the NGO CiFAR. He is also a trainer and mentor in environmental and investigative journalism since 2016. Alexandre specializes in taking a step down from the flow of publications and cooperation to try and analyses the investigative process as a whole. He enjoys teaching and learning about investigative frameworks and techniques considered as an hypothesis-based process and likes to experiment on developing new tools, concepts and replicating investigative models to new regions and/or topics, as part of his work with CiFAR and EIF. He specializes in investigating financial and environmental topics and has worked on an investigative serie since 2016 about economic sanctions of Egyptian politically exposed persons linked to the Mubarak clan. Topic which he continues to publish about regularly. Since 2018, he developed the EIF network and got to participate to a wide variety of environmental investigations ranging from deforestation in Tanzania to Water Pollution and Water Privatization in Bulgaria, as well as unlawful gas extraction in Tunisia by French-British company Perenco.