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Andrew McGregor is an inventor, filmmaker, writer, comic publisher, chessboxing champion, entrepreneur, frequent TEDx speaker, mentor, creator of TEDxPacificPalisades, photojournalist, and founder of The Tiziano Project, a not-for-profit that teaches journalism to people living in conflict zones and neglected parts of the world with an emphasis on creating jobs through media training. The organization has worked in places such as Rwanda, Somalia, DR Congo, Iraq, Kenyan slums, a California youth prison, Israel, Palestine, and South Central LA. He has been featured in “Wired”, “Newsweek”, the Sports Section of “The New York Times”, and many other publications.





I co-curated TEDxPalisades:

My photography site:

A movie I wrote and directed:

I was a judge for the Robot Film Festival for 2 years:

For the past 2 years I've been a judge for this film festival:

Here's my most recent written journalism work:

I'm a mentor for the Creative Visions Foundation:

Here's my DP/Cinematography reel:

Here's my IMDB page:



I've written about 15 feature screenplays but none of them have been made (working on it).

I currently have two plays for the theatre that I'd like to see produced.

I'm currently editing a novel (my third, all unpublished).

I'm co-authoring a book with this man to help current and former refugees: