Andrew Lazarow

Andrew is an interactive director and designer. He has been recognized by Apple for “Outstanding Achievement in Film,” and received a grant from Google to develop new approaches to interactive video at NYU’s Tisch, where he is also an adjunct professor. Working mainly in theater, Andrew also works as an experience designer, having created window displays for high-end retailers and permanent large-scale installations, focused on transforming places into moments for meaningful encounters.

Most recently he designed MY VERY OWN BRITISH INVASION, directed by Jerry Mitchell. Other recent credits include: Broadway: HEAD OVER HEELS, and THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER. Off Broadway: BROOKLYNITE, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS (Hewes Theater Design nom.), HOUSE FOR SALE, and PRIVACY (interactive technology consultant). Other favorite designs include the world premieres of Andrew Lippa’s I AM ANNE HUTCHINSON and I AM HARVEY MILK, and ETERNAL, an ongoing installation by Daniel Fish that has been shown in New York, Canada, Holland, Belgium, Portugal, and Brazil.

As a theatre artist, He has worked with directors such as Michael Mayer, Daniel Fish, Jerry Mitchell, Benjamin Endsley Klein, Rachel Chavkin, Daniel Goldstien, Mallory Catlett, Gretchen Cryer, Noah Himmelstein, and Tina Shepard.

Andrew has also designed arena events for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, non-profits around the country, and retail products for companies in the US and Europe. And is currently creating many permanent experience designs for ESI Design.
He graduated cum laude from Williams College and received his masters from NYU’s Tisch in Interactive Telecommunications.

For professional inquiries please contact Mark Sendroff from Sendroff & Baruch at or (212) 840-6400