As a Nashville native, Andie is what transplants like to call a “unicorn.” She’s watched Nashville grow and expand into the amazing city it is today.
In 2010, Andie graduated from Harpeth Hall and moved to Charleston, South Carolina where she attended the College of Charleston. In 2012, she transferred to the University of Colorado at Boulder where she graduated with a B.A. in Studio Art and Art History. Andie enjoyed the active lifestyle of the Rocky Mountain area so much that she stayed in Boulder for two years after graduating climbing 14ers, hiking, off-roading and snowboarding.
In 2017, Andie was offered a position as a graphic designer at a boutique design studio in Nashville, so she returned home. She hitched a trailer up to her Jeep and drove across the country to start a new career.
In her spare time, Andie enjoys painting portraits in oil and doing crafts, like beading bracelets on her loom. Andie still makes an effort to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible. Most weekends, you’ll find her hiking at Percy Warner or kayaking down the Caney River.