As Director at Bond Moroch, Andrew works with an array of clients in the arts, luxury retail, and alternative health and wellness sectors.
Andrew leads Bond’s arts practice including clients such as The Helis Foundation, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Poydras Corridor Sculpture Exhibition, the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery’s “Guns in the Hands of Artists” traveling exhibition, and the New Orleans Film Festival.
Andrew also works with clients in the luxury retail sector, including Tiffany & Co., West Elm, Williams-Sonoma, and Rejuvenation. In 2015 Andrew was part of a team that earned two Awards of Excellence from the New Orleans Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. One for a campaign introducing the Tiffany & Co. “T Collection” to the Atlanta and New Orleans markets and a second for the opening of a West Elm location on New Orleans’ Magazine Street.
Andrew joined Bond in 2013 as an Account Executive after four years directing communications for Young Audiences of Louisiana, the state’s longest-running arts-education organization. In this role Andrew led marketing and community outreach for the successful launch of the first open-enrollment arts-integrated charter school in the Greater New Orleans region, Young Audiences Charter School. Prior to joining Young Audiences Andrew interned with CreativeTime, a producer of public art projects in New York City.
Andrew continues to stay involved in the community and now serves on the board of directors of Young Audiences of Louisiana and sits on the Public Relations and Strategic Planning committees. As a strong advocate for the arts, Andrew supports Prospect New Orleans as a junior member of Prospectors, the organization’s local fundraising apparatus, and is a member of the Kohlmeyer Circle at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Additionally, Andrew is a member of Touro Synagogue and sits on the LGBTQ Action committee.
Originally from Naples, Florida, Andrew graduated from Tulane University in 2009 with a dual major in Finance and Art History.
Photography by Elizabeth Dondis