Andrew Goldie has recently formed "A Goldie Duncan Production" company with Writer/Actor/Producer Jay Duncan.
Andrew Goldie, originally form Melbourne, now resides in Sydney on the shores of Bronte Beach.
The magical escape of schools' art department and darkrooms first captured Goldie's imagination. He then went on to complete the renowned Photography course at R.M.I.T University in Melbourne. With this achievement under his belt he set out for London and assisted some of the most noted photographers in Fashion and Advertising.
"Working on shoots of such large and creative scale was an invaluable experience. I learnt how to light, create and capture epic images as we worked across numerous locations in Europe, Iceland, Mexico, the Caribbean, and the United States".
Goldie soon found himself living in Japan, where he started flexing his portraiture and landscape muscle with the lens – this theme was imbedded in his first solo exhibition "I’m big in Japan".
"Japan was an amazing experience both culturally and aesthetically. Not speaking the language initially seemed like a hinderance to work and a negative. However it forced me to go out and shoot personal projects which created a new style within me and reinforced my passion to be an artist.
On return to Australia, Goldie launched into his career as a photographer and with great success. His first job was a documentary project for Ikea, commissioned to document the lives of thirty families throughout Australia. Trailing this, Goldie has been shooting away for many major clients within Advertising, Beauty and Fashion – whilst always sharpening his craft. A theme that resonates magically through all of Goldie's works is his mature understanding of the use of light, both in the studio and on location. "Chaos & Repetition", Goldie’s second solo exhibition was an expansive collection of Landscapes. The photographs were achieved through stitching several large format frames together to produce a single frame – these images showcased Goldie’s highly expressive visions through intricate detail and light.
Goldie's most recent exhibition "Darker" explored the energy in between life and death through both stills and a time-lapse installation. The work from this exhibition recently won the Conceptual Art category of the Exposure awards based in New York.
Goldie is currently working on numerous Art projects, while creating short films and continuing his commercial work.