It is impossible to put a price on experience, which is why Alexandra is “priceless” to her clients. She is excited to put her years of real estate, marketing & communications expertise, extraordinary service, and dedication to work for you.
A proud second-generation Bethesda area Realtor, Alexandra’s experience in real estate began by assisting her mother, Antonia “Tony” Bryk, a successful Broker for 45 years in Bethesda & Silver Spring. Alexandra graduated from Walt Whitman High School and earned her BFA in Marketing & Design from The Corcoran College of Art & Design. Before establishing her successful real estate career, Alexandra spent many years in the communications industry as a marketing and proposal design manager for Fortune 100 corporations, military defense contractors, “Big Five” accounting firms and publishers in Washington, DC, and San Diego, CA.
Her real estate profession is where her experience and dedication come together to create an unforgettable client experience. With her proven lifetime of real estate and marketing communications experience, personal attention to detail, exceptional industry and community knowledge and valuable negotiating skills, Alexandra provides her clients the highest level of service. In her time at Sotheby’s International Realty since 2013, Alexandra has been consistently recognized as a Top Producing Agent.
Her clients have expressed their appreciation that Alexandra always goes above and beyond while listening to and understanding their needs and concerns. Her market knowledge ensures her clients view the newest properties and find their perfect home. Alexandra’s marketing background and industry knowledge combine to attract the most buyers to her listings at the right price point. Alexandra has earned her clients’ trust and long-term commitment and a reputation of being the first person they will call and refer for their real estate needs.
Since 1999, an important part of Alexandra’s life outside her career has been pursuing the recovery of art stolen by the Nazis during World War II. She has been successful with locating 4 stolen paintings from Austria and facilitated their successful restitution and return to her own family. Alexandra has also helped other families find and recover lost treasures. She has established trusted relationships with the directors of the Sotheby’s auction houses around the world, museum curators, archivists, and researchers worldwide, and she is active in international archival research and Restitution Art Law.
In her spare time, Alexandra enjoys spending time with friends & family, exploring the great outdoors, travel, baking, painting, photography, hosting local artist shows, and renovating her 1920’s Bungalow home. She also volunteers with Habitat for Humanity and the Charles Koiner Farm Conservancy.