At the age of nine, Alexandria Law began studying dance at the The Wooden Floor, a non-profit dance studio in Santa Ana, California. For eight years she gained training in modern dance and ballet, and had the privilege to work under choreographers such as Mark Haim, Melanie Rios Glaser, John Heginbotham, and Nami Yamamoto. She began doing her first choreographic works at UCSC in productions such as Random With a Purpose, Barnstorm, and Open Showings. Some of her previous works include Between, Pulse, Consolidate and Retrieve, and Disaccord. In February 2015 she co-directed a student-facilitated showcase known as Random With a Purpose XXIII: Crossing Over. She has worked alongside musicians and continues to strive to keep the collaboration between music and dance in her current works. Today she keeps pushing the fundamental aspects of movement, deconstructing the processes and habitual methods of dance making in a movement collective known as Shift The Grid.