Andrew Watts

Whether you call him a jack-of-all-trades or a Renaissance man, Andrew brings 35 years of multi-faceted experience to his work at Thinkso. His extensive writing, proofreading, illustration, print and digital production, photo retouching, web programming, and A/V production skills ensure a responsive resource is always at the ready for our creative teams and clients.

At Thinkso, Andrew has executed a large-scale illustration project for UBS, written a strategic plan report for Baylor College of Medicine, and written an historical fiction graphic novel for Morgan Stanley, among other projects. He also handles production tasks on a number of accounts.

Prior to Thinkso, Andrew spent 20 years heading the design department at international law firm Chadbourne & Parke. There he provided design, illustration, and editorial support to the firm’s marketing efforts across all practice areas. Some of his more notable projects were the design and implementation of Chadbourne’s first firm-wide intranet, design and editorial for the firm’s 100th anniversary advertising campaign, and the creation of a popular internal training program to help lawyers improve their client presentation skills.

Andrew’s first career was as a writer and actor, working regularly in off-Broadway and regional theaters, as well as in film and television. He co-founded and performed in Alarm Dog Rep, an off-Broadway theater company, which included several Oscar, Tony, and Emmy award winners among its membership. In addition, he has performed voice overs for commercials, documentaries, audiobooks, and animated films, and continues to do so today.

Andrew holds a BFA in theater from Florida State University, and studied at the Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. His passions include jazz, illustration, writing, and quantum physics, though not necessarily in that order.

What’s with the barbecue?

I love cooking — whether that means meals for my family or creative projects for clients. I focus on exceptional results, and I clean as I go.”