A founding partner in Anagram Pictures, Andrew received a film degree from Simon Fraser University, before going on to complete the Director's residency at the Canadian Film Centre. After a series of award winning short films, Andrew's first feature was the acclaimed drama Mile Zero, which won top honours around the world, and was one of ten international films selected for Janet Maslin's prestigious Town Hall Film Series in New York. After that he directed and co-wrote the critically applauded zombie comedy, Fido, starring Carrie Anne Moss, Billy Connolly and Tim Blake Nelson. Fido had theatrical releases in North America (Lionsgate Films), Japan and France, played at prestigious festivals (Toronto International Film Festival, Sitges, Sundance Film Festival (2007), and went on to win numerous awards at festivals around the world.
Other credits include directing Sleep Murder - TV movie for CTV and BVI - starring Jason Priestley and Natar Ungalaag (The Fast Runner); producer on the feature comedy, The Delicate Art of Parking, and directing Twisteeria, a half-hour comedy for YTV which garnered Currie a Gemini Award nomination.
He is currently in pre-production on his R-rated comedy, My Asshole Neighbour, developing Fido into a TV series with former Lionsgate head Peter Block, and is developing several other feature and TV projects with partner Mary Anne Waterhouse, at the newly formed company, Quadrant Motion Pictures.