Alexander Millar (they/them/he) is a queer nonbinary award-winning songwriter, composer, performer, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. They combine a BFA in Musical Arts and an MFA in Performance & Composition from California Institute of the Arts with over 25 years of professional experience in the music industry and over 12 years of teaching experience.

Alex has been signed to Sony Music and writes and produces a wide variety of styles, including Rock, Alternative, Indie, Pop, Country, Film & Trailer Scoring, Sound Design and many more.

They have taught master level classes in Popular Music, Contemporary Songwriting, Composition, Recording Arts, Music Business, and Music Theory. They have also written and arranged music for stage and dance theater performance for professional touring ensembles.


Alex has performed with numerous musical projects and is currently the singer, guitarist and songwriter for VATTICA, an award-winning independent alternative rock band from Los Angeles with over 18M combined streams/views/likes. Alex is also the Music Director for the award-winning collaborative Good Trouble Makers, a queer artist community nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles and working internationally.

Alex participated in Good Trouble Makers' term as the official Artist in Residence for the city of Los Angeles and created the original sound score for GTM’s evening-length dance theater piece inVISIBLE, soon to tour to the Toronto Bi Arts Festival.

Alex serves as Music Festival Producer of GTM’s Unicorn pARTy, an international celebration of ambi+\queer art and artists

In 2020/21 Alex created an original sound score for TOUCH | SCREEN, an interactive virtual performance developed through a virtual artist in residency from Pieter Performance Space, funded in part by the Department Of Cultural Affairs, which premiered at The Musco Center in Orange County.

In 2022 Alex was a featured panelist at the West Hollywood Pride premier @ Skybar Mondrian for Dear Mom, a dance movement film by Good Trouble Makers funded by The City of West Hollywood.