He moved to New York to attend the Film Conservatory at Purchase College, where he graduated with a B.F.A. There, he completed two thesis films, Cal & Abby in 2008, and Night Rituals, which won awards at the
Secret City, Columbus International, and Open APPerture film festivals, in 2009. For two years between
semesters, he interned at Goldcrest Post in New York's West Village.
After graduating, Andrew relocated to Brooklyn and returned to Goldcrest to work on MTV's "Teen Mom"
as a story assistant and later as an associate producer. During that time, he directed his webseries Ghost Stories, which premiered online in October, 2010. Andrew left Teen Mom in the summer of 2011 to produce and direct his first feature film, Past Present Future.
Since then, he has returned to work as an associate producer and story producer on non-fiction programming for VH1, HGTV, Spike TV, & Bravo while editing his own film. Andrew is currently directing half of a collaborative short film, Long Distance Calling, with filmmaker Sean Hackett, and working on his next feature, Pretty Girls.
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