In his short time on this fair earth, Andrew's been really fortunate to collaborate with great people and create things that, largely, have made a positive societal impact. His mark today is to be accountable, efficient and inclusive, multi-disciplinary and an active member of society. His clients hire him as a creative writer, producer, strategist, designer and/or director of socially responsible content. An entrepreneur and creator at heart, his first business was in second grade. Selling cards and banners made in PrintShop on his father's Tandy to his classmates and teachers.
Since 2002, he has created and executed broadcast, web, photography, design, branding, art curation and community building projects. Working over ten years at Randy Murray Productions, Andrew served as the Senior Creative Producer + Director. Highlights of his tenure include shutting down an airport, trying to buy part of the Grand Canyon for a New York gallery, avoiding death with the creator of the Amazing Race, Producing/Writing/Directing, Mitchell 20 and creating the concept for the Discovery Military show, Edge of War. Host, Supreme Commander Wesley Clark, said it could help lessen enthusiasm for war – which was exactly its intent.
He is a graduate of Valley Leadership Class 32 and Arizona State University with a Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Study concentrated in the history of avant-garde art in the 20th and 21st Century, business, Chicano/a studies, communication, photography, psychology, sociology and the history of Catholicism in Latin America. In his home community of Phoenix he was a founding director of Produce Art Gallery and Community Space, and Co-Chair of Generation United and the Social Emotional Intelligence Forum. He was also a trustee of the Phoenix Elementary School District Employee Benefits Trust and on the board of Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation. In 2017/18, he was a fellow of Accountability Lab and produced their Integrity Idol program in Liberia and South Africa.
Outside of Phoenix he has lived in San Francisco, France (Paris), Ecuador (Quito), Liberia (Monrovia), and South Africa (Johannesburg). He's traveled to over 30 countries and is currently based in New York City where he's pursuing a documentary about the future of democracy while taking on select client projects.