Andrés is a Cuban-American artist from Miami, FL. He attended the Eskenazi school of Art, Architecture, and Design at Indiana University where he pursued a BFA degree in studio art, and spent two years working as a production assistant for artist and professor Osamu James Nakagawa. Andrés' work builds a spiritual connection to death through rituals. He works alongside his two younger sisters, step-father, and grandparents to construct the narration of each image, while also photographing them in many of the ceremonies. Andrés' work has been exhibited at The Colorado Photographic Arts Center and been published in Focal Plane Magazine as well as The Society for Photographic Education's national magazine: Exposure.