Of Ukrainian and Indian descent, Andrij studied cinematography at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (MFA in 2001), and at FAMU (Prague, 1998). He was nominated for the 1998 Eastman Excellence in Cinematography Award, apprenticed on “The Yards” (2000) with Harris Savides, and received the 2001 & 2003 ASC Heritage Awards. He has shot over twenty features – including: “Half Nelson” (Director Ryan Fleck), “Sugar” (Anna Bowden & Ryan Fleck), “Cold Souls” (Sophie Barthes), “Blue Valentine” (Derek Cianfrance), “Madame Bovary” (Sophie Barthes), and the HBO miniseries “Show Me A Hero” (Paul Haggis). Recent work includes, “The Zookeeper’s Wife” (Niki Caro), the pilots “Thirteen Reasons Why” (Tom McCarthy for Netflix), “Succession” (Adam McKay for HBO) and “Watchmen” (Nicole Kassel for HBO). His films have played at Cannes, Telluride, Toronto, Sundance, NYFF & New Directors/New Films. Andrij was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film,” (2004), honored in Variety magazine’s “10 Cinematographers to Watch” (2006), and was nominated for a 2010 Independent Spirit Award for his cinematography on “Cold Souls”. He has recently been invited to become a member of the American Society of Cinematographers.