Andrew Muscato first gained national recognition for filmmaking in 2004, when as a high school senior, he produced, co-wrote, and co-directed “Inside The Issues: The Cost of Higher Education,” a short subject documentary which received an honorable mention from the C-SPAN 2004 Presidential Campaign Cam series. Later that year, Andrew enrolled in the undergraduate film department of the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts. While at NYU, Andrew continued to write and produce numerous short subject narrative and documentary films.
In 2007, while still a matriculating student at New York University, Andrew produced the feature length documentary film “The Zen of Bobby V.” “The Zen of Bobby V.” which highlights a baseball season with former New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine, was an eight-month shoot in Japan. In addition to producing, Andrew also edited the project, which amassed over 500 hours of raw footage. “The Zen of Bobby V.” was one of the first documentaries to be fully financed by ESPN Films. The documentary debuted as an official selection at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival to rave reviews by entertainment critics and sportswriters alike.
In May 2008, Andrew received his BFA in Film and Television from New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Andrew is currently represented by Creative Artists Agency.