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Meet Doraville Actor and Photographer: Andrew Hunter

Today we’d like to introduce you to Andrew Hunter.

Andrew, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I started acting in fourth grade and have pursued it ever since. I went to Asbury University for College and graduated with dual majors in musical theatre and film directing. I spent two years acting at Sight and Sound Theatre’s where I played the leading role of Jonah for over 200 performances. After finishing that show my wife and I moved to Atlanta inJanuary of 2016 so that I could further pursue my passion for film acting. My full-time job is photography most of which is advertising for large companies via my Instagram account.

Has it been a smooth road?
Some of the biggest challenges were during my 6 months in L.A. It is a really tough city to find acting work in. It’s never easy as an actor, there are so many people who are competing for the same roles and the industry seems to always be more about who you know than anything else.

Who, or what, deserves a lot of credit for where you are today?
The most influential thing in my career has been my time at Asbury University. Before attending school there I had never done any film acting. I also started having a passion for photography while in the film program.

What type of clients or projects do you look forward to most?
I would love to work on some independent films. Something that is a real passion project for someone. As far as photography goes I do mostly lifestyle shots. Working in advertising has always been a joy of mine.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you were just starting out?
I think I would have become more serious about photography. Taken more classes in it. I also think I would have moved to a big city earlier in life.

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