Andrew's versatile and enlightened approach to filmmaking has made him a leading cinematography talent in both film and television. His work includes writer/director Jason Orley’s dramatic coming-of-age film Big Time Adolescence, starring Pete Davidson, Machine Gun Kelly, and Jon Cryer, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and released on HULU. Huebscher’s dexterity and depth as a visual storyteller draws the audience into this intimate feature, leading them through a darkly funny struggle of a young man on the verge of adulthood. Following that, he lensed The Binge for director Jeremy Garelick, premiering on Hulu this summer.
Andrew’s highly-adaptable style has led him to a variety of thrilling projects. His features roster includes Millennium’s The Taking of Deborah Logan, directed by Adam Robitel and produced by Bryan Singer; Lionsgate’s Where’s The Money; and indie Kill The Monsters which opened at Frameline San Francisco in 2018. Series work includes Comedy Central’s TOSH.0, Throwing Shade for TV Land, and AMC’s 8-part The Making of the Mob: New York.
A Minnesota native, Huebscher draws on his experience of growing up gay in suburban America in order to show diverse perspectives, deepen narratives, and push aesthetic boundaries across all genres. He studied filmmaking at the University of Southern California, and has received accolades from the AICP and American Society of Cinematographer’s Heritage Awards for his work. Andrew is an active member of the International Cinematographers Guild and resides in Los Angeles.