Andrew is an educator, author, curator, musician and he has exhibited his photographs throughout North America, Europe, in South America and in China. His photographs are collected by museums and art galleries in Canada, the U.S., France, Germany, Belgium and Scotland. He is the recipient of awards from the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Secretary of State, the Canada Council and the Government of Nova Scotia.
Andrew Danson Danushevsky has taught in the photography programs at Humber College, The Centre for Creative Communications (Toronto) and at NSCAD University (Halifax). He has lectured at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ryerson University, University of Toronto, Hart House, Emily Carr College of Art & Design, (Vancouver), Vilnius Fine Arts Academy, (Lithuania) and Memorial University in Newfoundland and recently at the Galerie Vaclav Spala, Prague, Czech Republic.
On the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic sinking Andrew is mounting a major installation at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax.
The grid photographs are symbolic portrayals of the ubiquity of digital imagery and the way in which we engage, or perhaps disengage, from photography in our modern age.