Hi. I’m Andrew; a voice actor, performer and writer.
I was born in Southampton, UK, thanks to an English man and a Puerto Rican woman (I call them mum and dad). I lived in Puerto Rico and America (Texas) for most of my childhood and teenage years, then returned to England in 2001. I now live in Bristol with my partner, son and cat. I like cartoons, film, reading, music, audiobooks, podcasts, and video games. And nothing else.
I’ve been making silly voices, recording things, writing things and playing the fool since I was a kid. I went to the University of Winchester and got a BA (Hons) Performing Arts degree there. I focussed primarily on physical theatre, puppetry and sound.
I started voice acting just before beginning my degree. It was supposed to be for fun. I offered my voice to animators and game developers on the Internet. I got hooked, and eventually, I was offered paid work, so I bought better recording gear. Things continued that way from then on, and I have now been voice acting for over 10 years.
When I finished my degree, I did a number of small shows, a bunch of R&D, and the occasional acting gig. I ran a few workshops as a freelance practitioner, and even taught a BTEC Acting course for an academic year. I also sang in some bands and in theatre shows. I’ve had the immense privilege of touring all over the UK and internationally as a performer.
Through my hobbyist beginnings in voice over, I got into writing indie animations and game design. A friend and I started an online creative studio called Edible Castle. We made some cartoons that a lot of people watched and most seemed to like. We then made a few games that a lot more people played and most seemed to like. A few game developers liked my games and asked me to write for them. I’ve written a handful of fun little games and hope to write more, as well as write for other types of projects.
And if I’m not doing that, I may very well be dead or trying to play a video game. I like to keep busy.
If you enjoy keeping people like me busy, why not get in touch? We could make something great together.