Andrea Callard is a collage maker working in film, video, sound as well as photography, installation, and drawing.  Her early work looked at nature in the city. Ideas about landscape, and how we live in a landscape continue to be a central preoccupation.  

Her films have screened at museums, festivals and symposia around the world. These include DOXA 2013, Ambulante, The Museum of Modern Art, The Walker Art Center, The 7th Orphans Film Symposium,  and  and the 56th Oberhausen Short Film Festival.  Artworks by Callard have been exhibited at PS 1/MoMA, Exit Art, Kentler International Drawing Space, White Columns and the Museum of Chinese in America.  

In 1980, Callard assembled the lobby of The Times Square Show, a seminal exhibition by Collaborative Projects, Inc. aka COLAB.  She documented the show and her photographs have been widely published by The Whitney Museum, Artforum, Magazin and others.  Currently Callard produces media for Green Planet 21, documenting and promoting their industrial recycling and sustainability initiatives. She produces narrative personal films and is a founding member of the XFR Collective, Inc. (pronounced transfer.)