Andrew Pearce

Andrew Pearce is an award-winning photographic artist and filmmaker based in Australia.

He’s created music videos for some of the globe’s leading bands including, The Temper Trap, Eskimo Joe and Duran Duran. Andrew’s unique visual-narrative style, has earned him a niche market in the music video industry – creating original storytelling music videos for musicians around the world.

“Without doubt one of the most inspiring videos I’ve seen, for not only one of our songs, but any song for some time.”
Nick Rhodes, Duran Duran

Awards

2016

Winner (Works Acquired), National Photographic Prize, Murray Art Museum Albury

2012

Winner, International Environmental Photographer of the Year, London Gallery

2012

Nomination, Best Pop Video, UK Music Video Awards

2012

Semi-finalist, Moran Contemporary Photography Prize, Moran Foundation, State Library of New South Wales

2011

Winner, The Shutterbug Award, Sydney

2011

Semi-finalist, Moran Contemporary Photography Prize, Moran Foundation, State Library of New South Wales

2010

Best Script, 13th Sydney Film School Film Festival, Sydney Film School

2010

Best Cinematography, 13th Sydney Film School Film Festival, Sydney Film School

2010

Winner, Glebe Art Show

2010

Winner, Chiltern Art Show

2009

Winner, Corowa Art Show

2009

Winner, Chiltern Art Show

2009

Semi Finalist, Moran Contemporary Photography Prize, Moran Foundation, State Library of New South Wales

2009

Winner, Future Shots Film Challenge, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)

Exhibitions

2015

Solo, Sonic Splendour, Murray Art Museum Albury - Albury (Funded by Arts NSW)

2013

Solo, The Wandering, Warwick Regional Art Gallery - Warwick

2012

Solo, Welcome to the Earth, Books Kinokuniya - Sydney

2012

Talk & Screening, Creative Sydney, Sydney Opera House - Sydney

2012

Screening, 25 Years of Rage (ABC), Carriage Works - Sydney

2012

Screening, Aurora Film Festival, Dendy Quay - Sydney

2011

Screening, Shorts on the Green, Surfers Paradise

2011

Screening, Bondi Short Film Festival, Bondi Pavillion - Sydney

2011

Screening, Sustainable Living Festival, Federation Square - Melbourne

2011

Solo, Some Things Wander, Books Kinokinya - Sydney

2011

Solo, The Wandering, Murray Art Museum Albury - Albury

2010

Group, Photographic Exhibition, Gape Gallery - Prague

2010

Group, Imaginarium of Andy & Charlie, Art Space - Quebec City

2009

Group, Top Design, Melbourne Museum - Melbourne

2009

Group, Top Arts, National Gallery of Victoria - Melbourne

2008

Group, Top Screen, Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) - Melbourne