Andi was born in Bucharest, raised in Montreal, and now lives in a small town in Upstate NY, all factors informing her worldview. In her artistic work, she explores reality through films and photographs capturing alternate forms of community. In her business life she runs creative companies and encourages people to do great things.
Andi's first feature film, the dark comedy 'Peepers' (2010), which she produced, was supported by Telefilm Canada, distributed by E1 Entertainment, and nominated for five Canadian Comedy awards and three ACTRA awards. She diverted from mainstream filmmaking after that and went on to make three experimental music documentaries with a camcorder, shooting and editing on; 'Suuns Europe 2011' which premiered at Montreal’s Festival du Nouveau Cinema, 'The Shigawake Movie' a portrait of a small town fair aired on Canada’s national network CBC in 2016, and 'The Pop Movie' (2020), supported by the Conseil Des Arts et Lettres du Quebec. Andi has also worked as a photographer for over 15 years, with work featured in Rolling Stone, Dazed, Stereogum, and Fashion, and she self-published Death Valley (2017), a book of landscape photographs. Most recent projects have included; 'Off The Floor' a music documentary series, and a new film about the Hudson River.