Acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Liveris buys in Tamarama

Acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Liveris buys in Tamarama
Acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Liveris buys in Tamarama

The international award-winning filmmaker Alexandra Liveris has bought a Tamarama apartment.

It is the middle apartment in a boutique triplex designed by JPR Architects.

The three bedroom, three bathroom apartment was bought off the plan through 1st City Double Bay agents Julian Hasemer and Rod Fox.

Liveris is set to be sandwiched by renters as the apartment above was recently for rent at $3,000 a week, while the unit below was available at $3,600.

Alexandra's 2017 short film Eyes of Exodus won the Special Jury Award at the Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival and the Audience Award at Aspen ShortsFest.

She most recently directed and was the cinematographer on seven documentaries for Google Labs that reached 18 million unique viewers. 

Alexandra, who studied documentary film and video at Stanford University, has previously worked with the NY-based Clinton Foundation and also on the now defunct Charlie Rose show. 

Alexandra's brother Nick has just moved back to Sydney, where he's spent $5.25 million in Rose Bay.

Their parents Andrew and wife Paula own an $8.5 million Point Piper duplex but have been based near his Dow chemical HQ in Michigan.

Andrew Liveris was a Donald Trump appointee and had previously worked on an advisory panel for Barack Obama.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Morning Herald.

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