Andrew Mudd began working in film and television in 2008, when he left his lucrative retail portraiture job to pursue a Craigslist ad looking for someone to help out on a documentary about haunted places and the ghosts therein in Denver (Passing Through — as yet unreleased). Thus began a love of not having a normal job that continues to this day. In that interest, Andrew has worked on dozens of projects across several borders, some of which even paid in legal US currency.
A couple of the highlights include producing the Telly Award-winning corporate film Howard Dental Center: Who We Are, about a Denver dental office providing services exclusively to HIV+ individuals and associate producing Dave Ohlson’s multi-award-winning documentary K2: Siren of the Himalayas. He’s also had a list published by McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. Currently, Andrew is directing a documentary about Haiti.
Originally from Everett, Washington, and previously residing in Seattle, Andrew lives in Los Angeles, California (fine: Burbank) with his wife Betsy, their cat Carla, and a constant sense of impending doom.