A cinematographer working in narrative, documentary and the spectrum in between for over 15 years, Andreas Burgess' work has screened at TriBeCa, SXSW, Full Frame, Sundance and Cannes and on ABC, PBS, ESPN, TNT and Discovery.  In 2015, he received his 2nd consecutive Emmy for his work on the period murder series A CRIME TO REMEMBER.  
His narrative credits also include ABC's FINAL WITNESS, Independent Spirit Award-Winner CONVENTIONEERS, Lisa Robinson and Annie J. Howell's CLAIRE IN MOTION (which just premiered in competition at SXSW 2016) and the Urdu-Language DOBARA PHIR SE (from acclaimed Pakistani director Mehreen Jabbar).  Documentary credits include Johanna Hamilton's 1971 (INDEPENDENT LENS), Elisabeth Havilland James' ethereal IN SO MANY WORDS, and Sadia Shepard's portrait of modern Pakistan THE OTHER HALF OF TOMORROW, which opened the 2012 Margaret Mead Film Festival.  A graduate of Wesleyan University, Andreas is a lifelong fan of the 
Milwaukee Brewers and an avid barbecuer of marinated meats.  
He lives in New York City with his wife and small daughter.