Alex Narvaez is the founder and creative director of Narvaez Productions Inc. (NP Inc.) With over a decade of experience working within radio and television broadcasting, Alex has been successful in developing a video production company producing the highest quality content for Canadian and American leading media outlets. As an active media member and content creator, Alex currently serves as a jury and panel member for the Canadian Academy of Cinema & Television, the Canadian Prism Prize, the Juno awards and Factor; aiding in developing and supporting talent coming out of Canada. Alex is also the lead producer responsible for all production on Complex Canada, overseeing original series' and content for the digital and social platforms. 

NP Inc. has produced content for major television networks such as CBC, CTV, TSN, AUX, W Network in Canada and MTV, BET and the Africa Channel in the US. These projects range from full television series’ to television features, music specials and more. From 2014-2016 NP Inc. was commissioned by the HBPA of Ontario and Just For Today Concepts to produce 3 seasons of "Talkin' Horses", a Sovereign award winning program directed by Alex Narvaez. In 2017 NP Inc. joined forces with Son House productions to create "House Of Strombo" on the Apple Music platform, directed by Alex Narvaez. Commercially, NP Inc. has also worked alongside The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) to create their 2013 - 2015 promotional video campaigns. More recently, NP Inc. is pleased to welcome McDonald's and Samsung to their roster of esteemed clients. 

NP Inc. has created video content directed by Alex Narvaez with some of the world's most influential musical acts; Justin Timberlake, Robert Plant, Jessie Reyez, M.I.A., Death From Above, Alexisonfire, Saul Williams, Gene Simmons, Charles Bradley, Steve Earle, Badbadnotgood, Mac Demarco, The Cult, The Kills, Pete Rock, Grandmaster Flash and many more.

Internationally, NP Inc. has been involved with the production of two lifestyle series' for The Africa Channel based out of Los Angeles, California, The new and revamped "Freestyle Friday" show produced by BET and MTV News coverage both produced by their NYC headquarters. In Tokyo, Japan, The National Shinjuku Samurai Museum allowed motion picture cameras into their establishment for the first time in 2016 and hired NP Inc. to create their first ever video campaign. The United Nations World Food Programme and Artists For Peace & Justice continue to raise awareness around hunger issues in Haiti. NP Inc. has been present in the poverty stricken country to document the efforts and promote the work of these international humanitarian organizations.

On the independent side, NP Inc. has co-produced film projects featured in various festivals around North America such as the Toronto Independent Film Festival, Hot Docs Festival, REELWorld film fest and more. NP Inc. has also produced Prism Prize nominated music video content and creative video projects featured in Toronto’s art festival, Nuit Blanche.