Andrew is a cinematographer based in Dublin. He graduated from the National Film School at IADT, Dun Laoghaire, with a First Class Honours in Film & Television Production in 2020, majoring in Cinematography.

Previous films

Sisters (2020)
(dir. Étaín Nash)
In 1970s Ireland, teenager Meabh does whatever it takes to shelter her younger sisters from the harsh reality of their Catholic children’s home.

Cuilcagh to Cleenish: A Great Place (2020)
(dir. Andrew Khew)
A short film about how local people between Cuilcagh Mountain and Cleenish Island in South West Fermanagh are exploring and celebrating their built, natural, cultural and archaeological heritage.

Irritable (2019)
(dir. Keen Murphy)
Scran’s intense stomach problems lead him to an unearthly pain.

The Act of Separation (2018)
(dir. Caoimhin Coffey)
Drawing inspiration from paintings and poetry, this story illustrates the landscape of a breakup.