Andrew Cromey is a Toronto-based filmmaker focusing on narrative and documentary directing, cinematography and editing. His most recent editorial works include Qadr (2020), Mother Is Back (2021), Fourth Floor (2021), and Take My Hand To Heaven (2022). A variety of work for CBC (CBC Short Docs, CBC Doc Channel, and CBC Gem): Portrayal (2020), Shook (2019), Way Forward (2019), and The Waiting Game (2021). In 2018, Andrew produced the live music series U Music Sessions for Universal Music Canada, funded by the Canadian Media Fund and released on Vevo. He has worked with a variety of clients including CNN, Bell Media, 60 Second Docs, Island Records, OMNI Television, and various other charities and foundations. He has traveled internationally on various projects across Canada, the US, Europe, and East Africa. Andrew is a current associate member of Canadian Cinema Editors and the Alliance of Documentary Editors.
He attended York University’s Film program and graduated in 2006 where he specialized in film and digital cinematography as well as non-linear digital editing. Andrew has filled multiple roles in his 15 years’ experience in the film industry as a Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Assistant Editor, and Colorist as well as other various roles as an Assistant Director, Compositor, EPK Videographer, and Camera Operator.
Andrew’s teaching style is a mixture of technical know-how, best practices, and personal anecdotes based on real-world experience.