Andrew Winghart

a rush at the beginning Been making some digital art in my spare time - gonna start sharing on IG every so often 
collage series 002 it's buzzcut season anyway still on a high from first few nights of the #melodramaworldtour ||| thanks @lordemusic for bringing me in to work on this you are really something special 🙏🏻🌙 catch my moves in new @wherearetheavocados video Floreana - @baauer 
@danceonfox I CHOREOGRAPHED CAPE DANCING ON NATIONAL TV WHY NOT simple movements w syncopated rhythms this video is truly all that matters 
@quenblackwell it's inspiring to get to work with artists who are willing to take huge creative risks. thank you @lordemusic 🙏🏻🔥 💃🌊 hips don't lie moment of truth short film I choreographed for @equinox and the @lgbtcenternyc |||||| #poweredbypride Awake O Zion Photo by @jacobjonasthecompany for #CamerasAndDancers #totheseadance 📷: @ari_fararooy No words for today - completely dumbfounded by this group of amazing people.  THANK YOU 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Watching these extraordinary women dancing to my favorite song during sunset over the ocean ..... doesn't get much better than that. Thanks to @jacobjonasthecompany for hosting #totheseadance and inviting me to show some work! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 🌊🌊🌊🌊

Andrew Winghart is a Los Angeles-based director and choreographer known for his unique and high-energy compositions.  Originally from Wisconsin, Andrew moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California on a full-tuition academic scholarship from which he graduated in May of 2014.  Some of his recent work includes the 2017 ACADEMY AWARDS Moana Performance, Lorde at the 2017 MTV VMAs, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, the ‘Powered by Pride PSA’ for Equinox, a commercial for Motorola, and the ‘Dancing With the Stars: Live!’ Tour.  In February 2017 his dance concept video ‘Cry Me a River,’ earned him a feature in Time Magazine’s online publication and garnered more than eight million views across platforms.  To supplement his work in dance and film Andrew recently completed a six week architectural studies course through Parson’s The New School in July 2017.  His clear and dynamic viewpoint continues to solidify his position as a next generation talent in the dance community.