Client work includes IFC Portlandia, Food Network, NARAL Pro-Choice America, Apartment Therapy, BBC America Doctor Who, & more.
Personal projects include illustrating prompts on Instagram, animation anthologies, and a vintage vampire’s take on modern NYC life.
Andrea’s illustrations have been featured in marketing campaigns for TV shows such as IFC’s Portlandia Season 8, BBC’s Doctor Who Season 9, and on-air cake drawings for Food Network baking shows. She illustrated The Zombie Autopsies: Secret Notebooks from the Apocalypse, a horror fiction book published by Hachette Book Group. One of her favorite client projects is a deck of playing cards—painting 54+ portraits of trailblazing women for NARAL Pro-Choice America’s Gender Cards and World-Changing Women Note Cards. When she’s not freelancing for clients, she’s burning the midnight oil on animated shorts such as Nosferatu: A Lifetime of Horror.
“When Andrea came to speak to my Explorations in the Arts class at Hunter College about her life and work as an artist/illustrator/animator, she used creative, interactive technology to show the students the various types of work she is able to do in her profession. It was inspirational for these young people thinking about entering the workforce to become potential artists, illustrators, and graphic designers. She was approachable, humorous, and accessible– so much so that students stayed later after class just to get the chance to ask her more questions and gain more information. The students really felt like they gained valuable information about what life as a working illustrator/animator/designer was like in the real world from Andrea.”
“Andrea’s work is elegant chaos. It’s raw & human, yet very clearly sophisticated. It’s an extremely difficult balance to strike, but she seems to do it with ease.”
“Andrea is a rare find – a collaborative, friendly and professional illustrator who puts everything into her beautiful work. Her work ethic is exemplary, and she has consistently over-delivered.”