Andrew joined the engineering department in 1996, as part of The Tonmeister degree course at the University of Surrey, and returned to the studios full-time in 1998 with a BMus (Hons) Music and Sound Recording degree.
Andrew had a busy year in 2015 recording and mixing Andrew Lockington's score the New Line blockbuster San Andreas, Daniel Pemberton's Steve Jobs score, Burnt for Rob Simonsen and the Classical excerpts from Turandot for the latest Mission Impossible film Rogue Nation, along with recording Production Music for Audio Network and EMI KPM.
The highlight of 2014 for Andrew was being awarded the Pro Sound News - Engineer of the Year, along with completing Disney's Into The Woods, working with Michael Price on Another Me, Daniel Pemberton on Cuban Fury, Tyler Bates on Guardians of the Galaxy, Jean Pascal Beintus on United Passions and mixing Alexandre Desplat's Unbroken score.
Other film scoring projects recorded and/or mixed by Andrew involved working with composers Patrick Doyle on Disney's Brave for which he received a CAS award for sound mixing, Nicholas Hooper on Disney's Chimpanzee, The Chemical Brothers on Hanna, Alexandre Desplat on Rise of the Guardians, Andrew Lockington on Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Javier Navarrete's Byzantium, Daniel Pemberton's The Counselor and notably recorded the Orchestral Score for Steven Price's Oscar winning Score to the film Gravity.
As an Engineer, Andrew has also worked on a wide range of computer game scores such as Bloodborne, God of War, Killzone 3 and Uncharted 3.
In the Classical/Jazz genres, recent projects include Wish You Were Here - Symphonic Pink Floyd, Nigel Kennedy's album Recital, Viktoria Mullova's The Peasant Girl and Stradivarius in Rio and Kenny Wheelers final album Songs for Quintet. A highlight of 2012 was recording the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra on location for Jon Lord re-recording of his Concerto for Rock Group & Orchestra.
Andrew also works on many musicals, production library music, pop projects (Professor Green, Robbie Williams, Underworld, Elbow) as well as classical recordings both in the Studios and on the road with Abbey Road's Mobile Unit.
Notably, Andrew also worked as Score Editor on the Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, winning an MPSE Award for Fellowship of the Ring and then received nominations for the same award for the Two Towers and Return of the King.