Andie Lloyd is a queer interdisciplinary artist, lighting designer, projection designer, visual artist, and production stage manager born and raised as a settler of Irish/Welsh heritage on the ancestral homelands of the Qayqayt Nation, New Westminster.
A member of Sammy & Shang-Han Chien's co-founded Chimerik似不像 Collective since 2018, Andie works alongside many artists of diverse mediums.
She studied Theatrical Design at Studio 58, Langara College and graduated in Fall 2017 (Diploma, Theatre Arts).
Andie is recently exploring her interests in new media and projection design using Isadora, created by Mark Coniglio.
Through her art, Andie seeks to explore politics, environmental justice and marginalisation in an international context, through frequent travel, education of her community through active campaign work with the NDP, and lifting up youth and adults in marginalised communities by creating for and participating in community advocacy work.
Andie seeks to use her artistic practice to educate and inspire others to live radical and unapologetic lives by lifting others up and pushing for positive change.
Some of Andie's recent involvement includes: MINE (Theatre Replacement), HAKO (Ouro Collective), Amélie (West Moon Theatre), Flow(er) (Sammy Chien & Dong Mei Dance) Telepresence (Nancy Lee & Kiran Bhumber) and several Jessie Award Winning Productions including: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Snapshots Collective), Inheritance: a pick-the-path experience (Alley Theatre) and The Great Leap, (Arts Club Theatre Company).
Andie's current solo project entitled "KTV: an interactive exploration of karaoke culture", is currently in development.
Andie is a graduate of New Westminster Secondary School, is the founder of Defy Don't Gentrify (@defydontgentrify),
Du Li Bubble Tea (@duli_bbt), and sits on the board for the Festival of Recorded Movement.