Take every negative stereotype you may imagine about an interior designer who primarily works with A-list celebrities and throw it right out the window. Despite the fact that Jeff Andrews has a client roster with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry (Kardashians, Ryan Seacrest, Michael C. Hall, America Ferrera) and a list of press credits that features multiple appearances in all of the hottest shelter mags, Jeff is one of the most down-to-earth people you'll ever care to meet. With his amazing talent and thoughtful perspective, it’s no wonder his design services are in high demand.
Robin Callan: I was intrigued to read that you used to be a choreographer. Is there anything you miss about that life?
Jeff Andrews: Yes, I miss a lot about that life. It was a different creative process for me that kind of exercised different parts of my brain. It was more of a physical process than design is, although they both are creative and about the big picture. With choreography and direction and the kind of work I was doing before, I had a lot of freedom to do what I wanted because it was based around movement and an inner voice that I still call upon, but in a different way. I miss it, but I’m also really happy with what I've turned it into in my life.