Ragtag Tribe Films is an award-winning, patchwork family of filmmakers scattered across the globe & stitched together by a common love for visual storytelling.  We focus on sharing stories that unearth the simple beauties & truths sewn into every corner of our planet. Stories that point to our collective humanity.

Many nations • One tribe • Tethered by stories



Born and raised in Alaska, Andrew’s filmmaking career is rooted in a love for nature and a desire to share stories of cultures often overlooked. Working as a humanitarian, Andrew stumbled into a film career while working with numerous non-profit organizations. Through this experience, he witnessed how stories told through images transcended barriers and acted as levers for change. Andrew approaches documentary filmmaking with a desire to be genuinely interested in the people involved before trying to create a uniquely interesting story.

As the editor for KIFARU, he was nominated by Jackson Wild for Best Editing.

Andrew is also a proud descendant of Chief Tarhe of the Wyandot-Huron nation and his favorite stories are ones that shed light on native & local experiences.