Andrew Davis is an architectural designer, visual artist, and scholar. All his work is animated by a sense of social practice and engagement. In the museum field, he assisted the curatorial staff of The Clark Art Institute with their major campus expansion. He has provided advisory services to art museums and galleries. He teaches criticism and theory at Woodbury University. He has researched such diverse topics as the water footprint of construction materials, the mini mall as a vernacular type of suburban sprawl, and overlooked architects of Southern California.
As a visual artist, he has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Beijing, Miami, Akumal, and North Adams, among other locales. With his partner, Claire Fox, he operated the Avalon Seafood Gallery and Grass Gallery in North Adams, MA. He continues to stage alternative exhibitions of art and experimental music.
Andrew received his BFA from School of Visual Arts in New York, and his M.Arch from Woodbury University in Los Angeles, where he studied under Paulette Singley, FAIA.