Andrew has expedition cruising experience in Greenland, Alaska, Antarctica, the Sub Antarctic Islands of New Zealand and Australia, Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Indonesia, Borneo, South East Asia and Australia’s Kimberley region. Andrew has also skippered whale watching and dolphin swimming vessels in New Zealand, Australia, Hawaii and British Columbia, and has worked as a dive guide in the Red Sea.
Andrew Marshall is the founder of Ocean International, an organization established to facilitate marine conservation through education and filmmaking.
Andrew’s documentary filmmaking projects are internationally recognized, with his films having been featured at several film festivals, including; the Green Film Festival in South Korea, Ecovision in Italy, and the Tokyo Environmental Film Festival in Japan. He is currently in post-production with his first 3D film, "In Search of Zealandia."
He received a Bachelors degree in Zoology, a postgraduate diploma in Tourism Management and Marine Science, and a postgraduate diploma in Natural History Filmmaking. He is currently in the process of completing a Masters in Science Communication.