Andrew is originally from Somerset but for many years has lived in North Yorkshire, on a small holding with his wife and two children.
After travelling the world during a corporate career, photographing in his free time, Andrew studied a BA (Hons) Photography with The University for Creative Arts, graduating in 2022 with a 1st. Andrew is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, and a member of the Craven Arts and the Red Eye Photography networks. He has been featured on BBC Radio Merseyside and in regional newspapers and magazines.
Andrew is interested in how space is shaped by social and cultural interactions and people’s relationship with place. One example is his short-film, Drifting by the Leeds & Liverpool, showing the deindustrialised landscape of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The film was a featured finalist in the prestigious Associate of Photographers student awards and The Jump Cuts Film Festival.