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Andrew is an arts consultant and broadcaster. He belongs to the first generation of disabled television presenters in the UK with credits including Boom! for Channel 4 and Advice Shop for BBC1. In the 1990's he went on to become a BAFTA & RTS award nominated producer and director of arts & music documentaries, profiling artists such as Bill Viola, Gerry Rafferty and Billy Mackenzie.
Later focussing his career in the arts, Andrew occupied senior roles at Arts Council England, Royal & Derngate Theatres and the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. He established RWCMD's new and highly successful arts centre in Cardiff and also created the RPS award nominated R17 Season in Wales, a nationwide arts festival marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution. Uniquely, Andrew serves as a National Council Member of both Arts Council England and The Arts Council of Wales and is also a trustee of UK digital arts development agency The Space. In 2018 Andrew was appointed as the UK Government’s first Disability Champion for Arts & Culture, establishing the role as a powerful platform to campaign for greater inclusion across the arts, museums and film.