He began his musical training at age 9 with lessons in piano and music theory. After his high school diploma, Andreas moved to Berlin to study bassoon, music theory and political science at the University of Arts and started working on his first film-music projects.
He then was accepted at the highly acclaimed University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich as one of the first students ever studying in the newly opened Film Scoring program.
Since then he has composed music for over 100 films as well as classical contemporary orchestral and chamber music works. He also wrote a book on film-music, which turned out a to be a new standard work in german speaking Europe.
He has worked with such artists as oboe virtuoso Stefan Schilli, chinese cheng player Wu-Wei or members of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and has a long term working relationship with critically acclaimed german director Tim Trageser.
His recent credits include the action-adventure movie "Ironclad - Battle for Blood" with director Jonathan English, and the highly acclaimed film "The White Ethiopian" with director Tim Trageser.