Andrew is the Joint CEO of independent production company South Shore. His recent executive producer credits include BBC One’s Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams, ITV’s BAFTA award winning John and Joe Bishop: Life After Deaf and Channel 4’s Don’t Look Down. Prior to founding South Shore, Andrew was the Chief Creative Officer of the Twofour Group. Twice awarded Broadcast’s prestigious Indie of the Year, Twofour was voted number 1 in the Broadcast Peer Poll and produced hit series including BBC One’s highest rated unscripted series The Real Marigold Hotel, the multi award winning Channel 4 documentary series Educating…; Channel 4’s The Jump and ITV’s global format This Time Next Year. Awards include an Emmy, a BAFTA, 5 Royal Television Society Awards, 3 Grierson Awards and 6 Broadcast Awards. At the end of 2019, following the completion of the company’s sale to ITV, Andrew set up South Shore- a brand new independent company- with key members of the Twofour Management and Development team. Before joining Twofour Andrew was Head of Factual Entertainment at Channel 4, commissioning shows from My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding to Supernanny.