Hi there, my name is Andrew. I like to spend as much of my time as possible working to bring beauty into the world, and practicing to get better at it. For the last couple years I've focused mainly on the latter, but still shared my work in the form of song for the late-night G-Train riders at the Metropolitan Ave./Grand St. Station in Brooklyn, NY. More recently, I've been getting a 100-year-old Wurlitzer piano into the subway, usually at the West 4th St. Station under Greenwich Village in Manhattan.
Over the last year, a lot of people have been coming my way via the Internet as a result of a wrongful arrest video that went viral in October 2014. The case is ongoing. If you're interested in my thoughts on the matter, you can read a statement I published; and if you find its length daunting, there's an abridged video version you might find more palatable. To follow the case you can subscribe to my various social media and join my mailing list at the bottom of the page.
My return to the Internet as an artist is a bit premature, though I have released one new recording, and I also just gave a TEDx Talk. If you'd like to hear more, I'd love to point you in the direction of my project Lawrence & Leigh. We released an album a while back that I wrote, produced, and put my heart and soul into. My band-mate and I also made a video for one of the tracks, Glow, which you can find below, and is what I'd recommend if you're going to check out just one thing here. I do have a mountain of projects on the way that I'm very excited to share, so stay tuned.
Photos by Nate Maggio