Andrew Sala is a renowned American film director, editor and producer. He has been working in the film and television industry for over a decade, and has been involved in a wide variety of projects, from feature films to documentaries.
Andrew Sala was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He began his career as an assistant editor on various independent films. In the early 2000s, he started directing music videos for various bands, and was soon promoted to director of photography. During this time, he also worked as an editor for the popular series, "The Bachelor".
In 2010, he made his feature film debut with the romantic comedy-drama, "One Last Summer". The film was critically acclaimed and was an official selection at the Sundance Film Festival. Following this, Andrew worked on various projects, including the award-winning documentary "The Meaning of Life" and the feature film "The Sound of Music".
In recent years, Andrew has been involved in a number of high-profile projects. He was the executive producer for the popular drama series, "The Fosters" and the crime drama, "American Crime". He has also directed episodes for the hit comedy series, "Modern Family".
Andrew Sala is an accomplished filmmaker who has earned a reputation for his ability to create compelling stories. He is a master of visual storytelling and has a keen eye for detail. His work has been recognized by critics and audiences alike, and he has been nominated for several awards, including an Emmy for his work on "The Fosters". He continues to create compelling stories that inspire and entertain audiences.