Andrew Dixon was born in a small town in Northern Maryland, December of 1998. He grew up racing motocross with his father and had dreams of becoming a professional racer. He put everything he had into the sport of motocross. His life from the ripe age of four years old revolved around the sport. It was his worst nightmare to give up what he loved so dearly. As he grew older and more mature he began to see how unrealistic and dangerous those dreams were. He was involved in an accident on the track that brought the fear and danger of the sport to the forefront of his mind. So he improvised, yearning to find a safe outlet within racing he picked up a camera and started documenting the races, shooting his friends and strangers, and learning to love the community and the sport from the sidelines.
Fast forward to today, Andrew is a graduate of The Savannah College of Art and Design. In his free time, you can find him coming up with wild concepts for his latest group of self-portraits, riding his bike, playing with his corgi named Wilfy, and on the subtle off occasion, going to the track and reliving his glory days.
Photographically, Andrew has shifted immensely. He has since ditched his plans of becoming a BMX and Motocross Photographer. His passions now lie in the world of Tech and Still Life Photography. He focuses his attention on capturing the design and form of the objects he places in front of his lens. Sculpting each object with light reveals the true beauty of design that exists in our daily lives.