Born in Burbank (United States), 1956Lives & works in San Francisco (United States)
Born in California, Andy Moore grew up in a neighborhood rife with film and TV production. Starting at age 12, he and a group of friend called together The Tads, began to produce a series of Super-8 "trick" films.
Moore made his first art film at highschool: a Super-8 account of the demolition of a metal mansion designed by Richard Neutra for Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich. The film was accompanied by repetitive, endless loop of As Time Goes By.
He has lived in San Francisco for over 20 years with his partner, filmmaker Jack Walsh, and is actively involved with Canyon Cinema and Film Arts Foundation. Andy Moore earns a living selling advertising space, as a travel writer for Fodor?s guidebooks, and doing occasional voice-over work on others? films.