Andrew Rajan started out as a Mechanical Engineer. Having globetrotted, he studied at the Guildhall School and then appeared in TV, film and theatre productions such as the BAFTA award-winning dramas 'Loved Up' and 'Holding On', as well as 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' and took the lead role in the stage World Premier of Hanif Kureishi's 'Intimacy'.
He also produced the Short 'Losing Heart' and the rom-com 'Offending Angels', which premiered at Raindance. Since completing an MA at the National Film and Television School, he has written and directed controversial Short film 'Opportunist', two feature documentaries, a feature film 'Greys Inbetween', a stageplay 'Mental' and two novels 'Cathedrals In The Sky' and 'The Big Game'.
Andrew created a film course for the British Council in Nepal where he teaches film and radio writing. He has also served on the panel of the BAFTA jury, the Sony Radio Awards and the RTA Television Awards.