Since graduating from Central St. Martins, Andrew was scooped up by pop group ‘Duran Duran’ to create the album artwork for ‘Meddazzaland’, and in 2000, their album, ‘Pop Trash’. The relationship developed, and Andrew found himself making a tour film, creating their websites and handling Duran Duran’s visual image from 1996 through to 2003. It’s a relationship he keeps alive to this day, working on numerous digital and side projects for the band.
Andrew then co-founded ‘The Red Room’, EMI Music’s in-house art department for the UK Marketing and Catalogue department, where he worked with Brian Eno, Wire, David Sylvian, David Axelrod, Genesis, Billie Piper and a host of other musicians and artists across the $tateside, Harvest, Parlophone, Disney, BBC and Virgin labels.
After seven years with EMI, Andrew left to join SapientNitro as a Senior Art Director, where he quickly helped to secure more creative accounts with MTV, Nickelodeon, Playboy and Tesco Digital. Andrew was subsequently promoted to Associate Creative Director and went on to lead Foot Locker’s ‘Sneakerpedia’ project, under Malcolm Poynton. This resulted in a Gold Cyber Lion at the 2011 Cannes Lion Festival, along with a host of other international creative awards.
Andrew spent five years with SapientNitro and then joined experiential agency ‘Imagination’. Whilst with Imagination, he worked across the Shell account, in particular the Eco-Marathon. He also worked on the Asics account, and played a significant role in developing new business with account wins with Swedish pharmacy, Apoteket and Swiss pharmaceutical company, Roche.
Two years later, Andrew joined integrated agency MRM-Meteorite as their Digital Creative Director. Here, he restructured, reshaped and merged two creative departments, preserving the buoyant and positive culture that had made Meteorite one of the Times Top Ten Best Companies to work for. Andrew was also responsible for the Intel account, creating digital experiences with the #YourWorld platform, culminating in being shortlisted at Cannes in 2014, along with Gold and Silver DMAs and Brand Republic awards.
Andrew was the executive sponsor across the Vauxhall and Microsoft accounts, working across the McCann World Group network with sister agencies McCann London, Momentum and WeberShandwick. This resulted in ‘Survival Billboard’ for XBox, most recently winning no less than 17 Lions at the 2016 Cannes Lions festival, along with One Show, D&AD and Webby awards.
Andrew also played a key role in securing new business with Nespresso, creating a global platform, and leading the charge on Nespresso’s new Cafe venture. Andrew also lead the creative on winning the eCRM pitch for PernodRicard UK.
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