Alejandro Kirchuk was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1987.
He begins his training at the School of Creative Photography Andy Goldstein in Buenos Aires, receiving the official degree in photography in 2011, and approaches to photojournalism at the School of Graphic Reporters Association of Argentina (ARGRA). At the same time, participates in different workshops, one of them with the Magnum Photographer Alex Webb, and another one with the Argentinian Walter Astrada, among others.
In 2010 is selected in the category ''Multimedia'' at the Fourth Biennial Argentinian of Documentary Photography, with his project ''La noche que me quieras''.
In 2011 he wins the First Prize in the category ''Sports'' in the contest POYi Latin America.
In the same year he receives the National Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, for develop his project about football as a social phenomenon in Argentina.
Also in 2011 is selected and awarded with a scholarship to participate in a workshop with Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, in the festival Look3, in Charlottesville, in U.S.
In the same 2011 he is finalist (Highly Commended) in the Ian Parry Scholarship, with his project about Alzheimer's disease. In London he also receives the Save the Children Award, given by the NGO Save The Children in partnership with Ian Parry Scholarship.
His photographs have been exhibited in Argentina, United Kingdom and United States. He currently works as a freelance photographer and his photographs have been published in various print media, such as Sunday Times Magazine in London and Un Caño in Buenos Aires. At the same time, works on photographic personal projects.