Always eager to entertain, Andrew Rowe initially fancied himself an actor. It was during his first year of high school that he began writing stories and held a camera in his hand; it was then he realized he needed a more creative position that held more responsibility. Telling stories through film became his passion. In 2006 he applied and was accepted at The Art Institute of Vancouver.
Working hard and learning something new everyday, he acted as a sponge as he absorbed all information available to him. Never straying from his initial objective, Andrew is now a stronger writer, director, and critic. During his tenure at The Art Institute Andrew has written and directed numerous films, constructed other projects for fellow peers, and graduated with a GPA of 3.80. Besides writing screenplays, Andrew has written film as well as video game reviews. He works at Videoclix as a Writer/Producer where the company’s goal is to make interactive video.
Andrew also has various other projects on the side, which include a webisode series, and a podcast. Of course nothing is more important to him than film itself. His reviews will always be honest and entertaining, always a good read.