Andrew Jefferis
Andrew Jefferis



About ME



Andrew Jefferis is a highly motivated freelance fashion photographer with 10 years of experience and devoted writer. Jefferis began his career at the age of 15, photographing clientele from New York City to Los Angeles and as well as overseas. Following his graduation from Avon High School in 2013, he enrolled at Parsons New School of Design in Manhattan, studying for one year. As his business grew momentum, Jefferis moved to Los Angeles and later changed course to explore his ever-enduring passion for writing. He obtained a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in English Writing at Montana State University in 2019; Jefferis is a wildly extroverted, results-oriented person who thrives under pressure and will always deliver/produce the best suitable outcome upon the completion of a task.

Jefferis has shot with sought-after models such as Mariano Di Vaio, Alysha Nett, Shaun Ross and Phil Sullivan. He has also worked with tour dancers for Rihanna, Katy Perry & Taylor Swift and actors like Renee Olstead (The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Unfriended & 13 Going on 30), Daniel Franzese (Mean Girls), Tania Raymonde (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, LOST), Kyla Pratt (Disney's The Proud Family, Dr. Doolittle) and Christina Elmore (The Last Ship). In 2013, Andrew Jefferis released a self-produced and directed documentary following his career as a young fashion photographer up until the age of 18 in order to display his skillset. This film covers the loss of his mother from brain cancer, various photo shoots and interviews from friends/clients across his journey.

Aside from photography, Jefferis also participates in international mission work. He has worked primarily in Kenya, Africa and Constanza, the Dominican Republic. Already possessing an undeniable love for people, Andrew has chosen to travel closely with his father, a pastor, on various missions working specifically with children and young adults. In 2017, Andrew took a job in Bozeman, MT as a caregiver in an assisted living/hospice care facility where he continued to serve people, unable to travel as regularly as he had been.