Our second in this series is with the talented filmmaker, Andrew C. Richey.
Andrew C. Richey has a long career both as a filmmaker and educator.
His credits include Fig, directed by Ryan Coogler, a narrative short about human trafficking that was purchased and aired on HBO for two years and the critically-acclaimed documentary
Code Black, which was picked up by CBS as a fictional, hour-long drama that ran for three season.
He also worked with the internationally-renowned director Terrance Malick helping finish the decades old documentary Voyage of Time reflecting on the entirety of natural history.
He has worked in entertainment on three continents over two decades.
Andrew received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Directing from Southwestern University where he studied in London for a year, and obtained his MFA at the University of Southern California’s prestigious school of Cinematic Arts. He has taught dramatic arts both in the United States and Asia.
Presently he is a Professor in Austin Community College’s RTF program and at Southwestern University.
He also leads production at New Sky Kids an uplifting OTT Children's Entertainment Network that produces educational and edifying material for young children where his wife and three daughters renew his inspiration daily.