Originally from St. Louis, MO, Andrew Trost has carved a name for himself as a distinguished cinematographer living and working in New York City. Over the past decade, Andrew has skillfully knit together cinematic landscapes, working alongside various artists to craft narratives that move, inspire, and captivate.
Andrew's collaboration with director Rodney Passe on Where are the African Gods? gained prestigious recognition as a “Vimeo Staff Pick”, along with being presented in notable art galleries nationwide. The poignant New York Rhapsody, by filmmaker Sal D’Alia, has garnered 3 best cinematography awards and was featured in over 40 global festivals.
As a proud member of IATSE Local 600, Andrew works alongside some of the best in the industry on popular shows like RAMY (A24) and The Flight Attendant (HBO).
On set Andrew promotes creative growth, inclusivity, and a collaborative atmosphere. Between projects you can find him exploring new foods, taking photographs, and hiking with his loyal dog, Mason.
My areas of expertise:
Cinematography, narrative film