After finishing the Filmaking course at New York Film Academy, Andrea has worn many hats as a freelancer: film and video editor, colorist, director, cameraman and first-assistant director. Based in Milano, he has been a musician for over 15 years, playing accordion and piano, and his editing approach combines unconventional storytelling with a joyous appreciation for music/images syncs. Through years he has edited documentaries, short films, tv programs, commercials, istitutional videos and his creative spark has been appreciated by various house productions and advertising agencies including Hfilms, Collateral, Akita Film, Post-Office, Post-Atomic, Grey United, JWT, Haibun, Publicis, Fasten Seat Belt, Social Content Factory, The Family, Altamarea, AccaPiù, Xchanges, and Mercurio.

His credits include being the first assistant director of the movie “Il primo giorno di inverno”, directed by Mirko Locatelli (in competition at the 65° edition of the Venezia Film Festival), the editor of the theatrical performance "Questo buio feroce" directed by Pippo Delbono (projected at the Locarno Film Festival) and the colorist and post production supervisor for the documentary “Hand Gestures” directed by Francesco Clerici (winner of the Fipresci Award at the Berlinale Forum 2015).

He can work using Avid, FCP and Premiere editing systems.

Italian mother tongue, Andrea speaks fluent English.