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 just kinda chilling.
Originally from Everett, Washington, and previously residing in Seattle, Andrew lives in Burbank, California (it’s Los Angeles, but with horses and an airport that doesn’t induce sobbing) with his cat Carla, and a gnawing sense of emptiness and impending doom.