Though originally from London, England, Andrew has learnt to appreciate the finer aspects of Angeleno culture: happily swapping fish’n'chips for tacos, Tecates and telenovelas.
His previous work has included creating successful nightclubs in Los Angeles and San Francisco, during which time he co-created a fanciful roaring 1920s salon, an influential weekly spoken word series with Lydia Lunch, micro-theatre installations, short film nights; and other forms of drunken entertainment. He currently works as Development Coordinator for Southern California Public Radio, KPCC, where he enjoys making shameless jokes about Coldplay at Jon Cohn’s expense. He looks forward to using his experience in the fields of non-profit development and grant-writing to further Mutineer’s mission.
In his spare time Andrew enjoys writing dark fiction about gender polymorphism and the end of the world. He is one quarter of an Echo Park creative writing collective. Apparently he is a music snob but enjoys Krzysztof Penderecki and Dolly Parton in the same sitting.
Andrew also serves on the Board of Trustees at the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives and is thoroughly excited at the prospect of helping bring stimulating and innovative new stage work to Los Angeles.