Andrea Nordgren

Andrea Nordgren

  • 1st year in Industry: 2008
  • Union: No



Andrea is a commercial and film director, creator, and activist who tells stories of the human experience and triumph over adversity. Her work focuses on documentary-style storytelling and she is skilled at directing and interviewing real people, particularly around health, mental health, culture, and causes. She has created branded content for a variety of industries including healthcare, hospitality, financial, education, food & beverage, agriculture, and nonprofits and brands like Chipotle, Verizon, Marriott, Northwestern Mutual, CaseIH, LPL Financial, Colorado State University, Concordia University, Realogy, Arts for Biden-Harris and Summerfest.

Andrea has an agency and brand-side background as a creative director, producer and executive producer. As a writer and visual artist, she is available to help creative teams concept, or work with existing creative for branded content, digital, print, video/film, motion graphics, social, OOH, and radio. She is well-versed in all areas of production from concept to prep, production to post.

Her recent independent film work includes:

A Song for Imogene: Feature narrative. A sudden death and unexpected pregnancy force an impoverished woman to decide between freeing herself or remaining a relic of her drive-by Southern town.

Erased: Feature documentary. After his friend is drugged and raped, Mike, a software technologist sets out to learn everything he can about drug-facilitated sexual assault, even dosing himself with a common “date rape drug”. Erased explores the impact and prevalence of DFSA, showing how rape culture makes every aspect of this crime perfectly constructed to remain invisible — underreported, unbelieved, and easy to get away with.

All Choked Up: narrative short written and directed by Allison Volk.

With a bachelors in psychology and communications, she was a certified counselor specializing in women’s issues and drug abuse prior to working in film and advertising. Passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion, she has worked for The 3% Movement and advocates for representation in front of and behind the lens.