Attending The Horace Mann School and then The Dalton School in Manhattan, NY, as well as exploring all the museums, ballets, and art New York had to offer, Andrew developed a keen interest for the arts. By high school he became a member of the downtown reparatory company, City Kids, as well as published writer. During his time off from school he traveled extensively with an eye towards the arts.
After graduating The Dalton School, he attended New York University. He graduated in 2000 with a degree from the Gallatin School of NYU.
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