Art that moves the viewer to have a visceral, emotional, or spiritual experience. The art is not contained within one category of "realistic," or "surreal," or "psychedelic," but borrows features from those systems of visual experience to create a hybrid aesthetic. Andrew realizes that the creative process is constantly drawing from unconscious feelings, but is constantly in a state of transformation, and rebirth in order to continue to move the viewer. When there is a formula for "what works," Andrew immediately moves to build upon that or destroy the formula, in order to expand into new directions. The direction is to simply apply more time into the creative process. There is no one theme that occupies the process, but it is the idea of being absolutely open to any and all ideas that allows the creative process to continually be expansive. Andrew's process is the art, but usually translates into drawings and paintings, but the artist has often utilized light and video projection in the work as well. The one and only priority is to move the viewer to a point where the spectator walks away thinking about what they witnessed.