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ANDREW HAYWARD SMITH HAS WORKED ON MANY CREATIVE PROJECTS WITH BOTH PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR MODELS. HIS PHOTOGRAPHY AND VOICE OVERS HAVE BEEN FEATURED IN VARIOUS ADVERTISING... more
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ANDREW HAYWARD SMITH HAS WORKED ON MANY CREATIVE PROJECTS WITH BOTH PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR MODELS. HIS PHOTOGRAPHY AND VOICE OVERS HAVE BEEN FEATURED IN VARIOUS ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS, HIS PHOTOGRAPHY AND WRITING HAVE APPEARED IN THE LUXURY TRAVEL PUBLICATION EAST-WEST MAGAZINE IN VIETNAM, AND HE HAS BEEN A CONTRIBUTING WRITER FOR THE GLOBAL COUCHSURFING.ORG MAGAZINE. ANDREW PRODUCED AND HOSTED A WEEKLY MAGAZINE PROGRAM ON NPR’S MIAMI AFFILIATE, WLRN, FOR SEVENTEEN YEARS.

Those interested in working with Andrew Hayward Smith on a photographic project are invited to contact him. Andrew will travel for projects if travel and lodging expenses are provided.

Having descended from the lineage of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, travel and exploration are in Andrew Hayward Smith’s genes. Born and raised in the small northern town of Nantwich, England, Andrew emigrated to Miami in 1990. Andrew’s professional career has been focused on the advertising and marketing of luxury goods and services.

In 2009 he completed a 14,000-mile solo motorcycle journey around the United States and published a book of photography and writing entitled “Triumph Across The USA”. In 2013 he completed a 22,500-mile solo motorcycle charitable fundraising journey from Miami to the Arctic Circle and back again in 127 days. The journey was called the “Arctic Ride for Dreams” and was featured in the media in the United States and Canada. The adventure combined all of his passions in life: travel, charitable causes, marketing, photography and writing.

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