Scottish artist-organiser, educator, cultural producer, and independent researcher, based in Helsinki, Finland. He works across the fields of media/ network/ environmental arts and activism, specialising in workshop design, participatory platforms for engagement, and facilitation.
Research interests lay in auto- ethnographic and archaeological methodologies and theory, aswell as sustainability issues from the social, ecological and economic perspective. Andrew has a multi-disciplinary education, with BA(Hons) Fine Arts from Glasgow School of Art, and a MSc degree in Computer-Aided Graphical Technology Applications from University of Teesside. He is currently completing his doctoral candidacy at Aalto University School of Art and Design, Media Department, with the working thesis title of “Artivistic Fieldwork”, and reflects upon the various practice-led processes which he has been involved in since moving to the Eastern Baltic Sea region in 2003.