Andrew is an American designer, based in Paris, whose opera and theater designs have been seen throughout the world at English National Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Festival d'Aix en Provence, Opera Zürich, Royal Danish Opera, New York City Opera, San Francisco Opera, Montreal Opera, Australian Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Den Nye Opera, Polish National Opera, Teatro Regio di Torino, Oper Wuppertal, Oper Saarbrücken, Spoleto Festival USA, Opera Philadelphia, Long Beach Opera, Portland Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Virginia Opera, Gotham Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Austin Lyric Opera, The Curtis Institute, on Broadway, International Theater Amsterdam, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Second Stage, The Public Theater, Roundabout Theater Co, Soho Rep, Bard Summerscape, The Children’s Theater Company, Baltimore’s Centerstage, McCarter Theater, La Jolla Playhouse, Denver Center, Huntington Theater, Long Wharf Theater, Portland Center Stage, Santa Fe Stages, Actor’s Theater of Louisville, Indiana Repertory, Syracuse Stage, The Juilliard School, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Wilma Theater, and California Shakespeare, among others. He was part of the creative team responsible for Handel's Partenope, winner of the 2009 Lawrence Olivier Award for Best New Opera Production & 2010 Australian Helpmann Award for Best Opera. Andrew is a Princess Grace USA Fabergé Theater Award Recipient, a Green Room Award winner, as well as a Lucile Lortel and Drama Desk nominee. His design for Aida was chosen for the 2011 American Exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space. He was an Associate Arts Professor and Head of Set Design at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts from 2008-2019.