Andrew's interest in the field of art began as an Art History major at Dominican University, having an interest in the fine arts he double majored in sculpture. Post graduation Andrew held an internship at Packer Schopf Gallery in Chicago while also working in the visual display department at Anthropologie. Following these positions he began work as an art handler and preparator for various artists and art spaces throughout the city of Chicago, including the National Museum of Mexican Art. In 2014 Andrew began an internship at Andrew Rafacz Gallery and following the internship held the position of the gallery's Registrar. Working within the Chicago art world has cultivated an interest in curating with contemporary artists. Graduate school had always been a goal Andrew wanted achieve and MUSE program perfectly fit his education desires and would give him the education needed to refine his interests in curating and expose him to different facets of the museum and exhibition world.