Andrew Arthur Breese has been a military visual information correspondent for 9 years. Andrew's search for stories has taken him all over the globe. One of Andrew’s most unique experiences has been traveling to the North Pole to document climate change in the Arctic.
Andrew started his career documenting naval construction workers (Seabees) as a Navy Photographer’s Mate at Amphibious Construction Battalion One, in 2004. In 2006, he transferred to his first aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis, and was put in charge of video productions, producing news, documentary and commercial videos. Departing Stennis in 2009, he entered into a Military Motion Media program at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communication.
In 2010, Andrew was assigned to Defense Media Activity, the Department of Defense internal news and media production organization, where he worked as a multimedia producer for the Navy's feature magazine and television show All Hands. In 2012, Andrew was awarded Military Videographer of the Year for his work in documentary and commercial productions. After completing two successful enlistments in the Navy, Andrew accepted a civilian position at DMA as a multimedia producer for Airman, the Air Force’s official magazine.
Most recently, Andrew is now putting these experiences to use in his own business, District 7 Media, where he and his partner Drew Geraci helped produce time-lapse photography for (Netflix) House of Cards opening sequence. (ESPN) X-Games 2013, and (NFL Network) Super Bowl 2013.