I've never been a believer in limiting myself to one particular medium (it's just not how the internet works, anyway). I write, produce videos and audio, and more—whatever serves the story best. Here's where you'll find some of my favorite examples of that kind of work.
But before we get to that, allow me to butter you up with some nice people who have said far-too-nice things about me (with hardly any bribes).
"I'll cut to the chase: Andrew is one of the up-and-comers that will soon be WAY out of anyone's league to hire and partner with, so reach him now while you still can. I say this after nearly a decade in digital marketing, leading content teams and startups through acquisitions/IPOs and now in VC. Andrew is an awesome human, too, but if you want to know my top-3 content traits for him: He loves taking risks and being creative (and it pays off big -- his authentic voice and approach stands way out); he is thoughtful about his process (knows how to find answers, not simply propose them to sound smart); he consistently delivers above and beyond (providing extra work, tackling parts of a project on spec and offering it up for feedback, etc.). I know this from observing his work, trying to hire him once (I'll get him next time!) and now having the pleasure of him partnering with me on Unthinkable.fm. I can't recommend Andrew enough!"
Jay Acunzo, Founder at Unthinkable Media | Keynote speaker
"Andrew is one of the hardest working, smartest people I've ever had the pleasure of working with. Multi-faceted, strategic yet tactical, ambitious yet unassuming, he's basically an entire team in a box, and a whole lot of fun to work with. I would jump at the chance to work with him again"
Matt Wellschlager, VP of Marketing at Ceros, Inc.
"Andrew is a student of marketing. He has the drive/passion to not only get better BUT to also execute towards significant results. He's data-driven, results-oriented and a pleasure to work with. I chose Andrew to join the WeDidIt team as our 1st Marketer because he convinced me that he'd make an impact immediately and would help us build a content-inbound marketing machine at WeDidIt. He hasn't disappointed and I don't think he will."
Our product engineering team wanted a more creative way to announce new features to customers. So I wrote and produced a fake lawyer ad.
In my most recent role, I was tasked with building a new publication, aimed at creative, visual professionals. In addition to hiring a Dream Team of writers, audience developers, and designers, I was able to do some of the best writing of my career.
Like this article, in which I got to interview Target's Chief Creative Officer, Todd Waterbury. Or this one on the future of marijuana marketing. Or if you're feeling saucy, here's one in which I explore the idea that "sex sells."
You can also see some of my work on these fine publications:
I've produced audio work for Ceros, Unthinkable, as well as OSNY (a nonprofit organization located in NYC). Feast your ears:
Voiceover Script Writing
NP2.0 is a meet-up group made up of 350+ members, aimed at nonprofit professionals in the New York City area. I started the group in the Spring of 2015 in an effort to bring together the local not-for-profit community and offer educational opportunities. Check us out at www.NonprofitMeetup.org.
And just for fun, here's my music side projects...
The good lotto-playing citizens of the state of Florida paid for me to get two degrees in music from one of the best music schools in the country, so I feel it's my civic duty to not let that go to waste.
Every year, a group of friends and I record an album online. Members are spread across the country, presenting a fun challenge for the creative process. This is our latest installment.
This is a cover I recorded of a song my garage band in high school wrote, circa 2004.