Andrew Sandler is an award-winning filmmaker based out of Los Angeles, with a portfolio of videos that have amassed well over a billion views.
Andrew was first exposed to the world of cinema on the screen, but quickly found his passion behind-the-scenes. He credits this decision to explore behind the camera to Steven Spielberg, with whom he worked with on the film "Minority Report". From here, Andrew went on to pursue his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film Production at the prestigious USC School of Cinematic Arts.
His passion in both Directing and Producing has gained him credits with A-List talent such as Chris Brown, Nikki Minaj, Diddy, Usher, Ariana Grande, Mary J. Blige, G-Eazy, and many others. In 2016 he was nominated for a VMA in the long-form category for the work he did on Chris Brown's "Royalty" music video series.
Most recently, he released two feature length documentary films. The first being Mary J. Blige's "Strength of a Woman" album documentary, which premiered on VH1; and the latter Chris Brown's "Welcome To My Life" which had a worldwide theatrical debut, earning it's title as one of the most successful independent documentaries of 2017 - it is currently on NETFLIX.
With his meticulous attention to detail and concerted dedication to the creative process, Andrew is currently developing various TV and feature film projects while continuing to gain attention in the music video and commercial worlds.