Andrew lives in Adelaide, Australia. He has worked as a lawyer, computer programmer, aircraft salesman and mystery shopper. When not writing, he cooks, argues, laughs, administers a small human, and listens to music.

Andrew’s short fiction has appeared in Meanjin, Overland, Griffith Review and Going Down Swinging, among other outlets. He was the winner of the 2020 Peter Carey Short Story Award and the 2018 Margaret River Press Short Story Competition, as well as having been shortlisted and commended in many other short story prizes. In 2016, his first novel was shortlisted for the Wakefield Press Unpublished Manuscript Award at Adelaide Writers Week.

His favourite authors include Michael Chabon, Elizabeth Tan, Ryan O’Neill, Josephine Rowe, Ursula LeGuin, Isaac Asimov and Stephen Donaldson. He wishes he could write like Iain Banks.