Andrew Napier grew up in Mauston, Wisconsin where he made his first feature documentary 'Mary and Bill'. After attending the University of Wisconsin - Madison, he worked on the set of “Inglourious Basterds” in Berlin, Germany. In 2009, he moved to Los Angeles where he was hired as a director/producer for Cenk Uygur's progressive news show 'The Young Turks'. During his tenure, from 2009 to 2012, he co-created their movie review show 'What the Flick!?' and filmed behind the scenes for his upcoming feature documentary 'Mad as Hell: Rise of the Young Turks'. Napier was a producer and assistant director of the 2012 Academy Award Winning live action short film 'Curfew'. He then directed the short film 'Grandma's Not a Toaster', which was written and produced by the same team behind 'Curfew', and premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival.