Maybe it was being an altar boy in the church back in England or being the youngest of 8 kids, that made Andy intrigued about the many masks we wear. From working in an investment bank to undertaking an M.A. in photography at the London College of Printing, Andy was able to inhabit different worlds. We’re all leads in our own stories, playing out the lives we choose on the various stage sets of life. Andy wants to quietly and democratically reveal these spaces and faces, un-peeling the layers and seeking out his own sanctuary.
His work was recognised by the Alexander Turnbull Library in 2020 who collected his Cuba Street Portraits and Love is Understanding series to preserve in the nation’s archive.
Andy runs a podcast interviewing New Zealand photographers and supports the One Percent Collective.
His photography is held by private collectors and clients include, BEAM Mobility, The Property Council, Warren and Mahoney, Studio of Pacific Architects, HMOA, NZ Geo, ArchitectureNZ, Scenario NZ, Wordsearch Design Agency, Archaus, Solari Architects, Aoraki Construction, Mckee Fehl, Great Portland Estates, Architecture Plus, Sheppard Robson, Architecture Workshop, Canary Wharf, Ecospace, Judi Keith Brown, L’Affare, Local Collective, Patchwork Architecture, Deltalight.
Exhibitions include NZ Art show 2019, The Wall Gallery, Wellington, NZ – Every Building on Cuba Street – NZIA Festival of Architecture, The Wall Gallery 2018 – Work from Love is Understanding Series. Circle Gallery, Auckland, NZ The Lie of the Land 2016. Jubilee Gallery, Brighton, UK, Space Invaders 2016. Anise Gallery, Group Show, Architectural Photography, London 2014. Rocca Gallery, Group Show, Regenerating Capital, London 2014. Tower Bridge, Group Show, 1960’s, London 2014. KPF Gallery, Solo show, Love London, London 2014. Photomonth Photolounge, London 2010. Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Group Show, London 2010.