PHOTO BY: AMY GIUFFRE
Andrew has been riding motorcycles most of his life. His first, at ten years old, was a motorized schwinn "Stingray" with a 3.5 horse power lawn mower engine. His first Harley, a rusted old bike found in a nearby barn. He now rides a '93 Heritage Softail. In 1990, Andrew was working as a fashion photographer in New York City when Harley's became the ultimate fashion accessory. It was his love of motorcycles and photography that prompted him to call the Motor Company , he wanted to shoot the Harley-Davidson Motor Clothes cataloge. After a phone call to the right person and after he sent his portfolio he was on his way to California to shoot his first Motor Clothes Cataloge. When the VR1000 was tested in Florida, Harley-Davidson called Andrew to shoot some photos of the bike in action, he has been shooting Superbike as well as Flatt Track for Harley ever since. "I love the Motor Company for many reasons, I love the travel and I love the work but most of all they have made me feel like part of the family."