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A native of Iceland, Andi has lived in Kenya, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Japan, and several US States.


She has fostered lion cubs, & trained owls.


She makes music and sound art. Her films have played at BAM, TriBeCa Cinemas, LA Cinefest, Palm Beach International Film Festival, The New York Independent Film Festival, New Film-Makers New York, LAIFF, LASFF (Winner: Best Drama), the AMC in Times Square, ICP Fest (Winner: Best Comedy), Williamsburg Independent Film Festival, Chicago Irish Film Festival, and Lincoln Center's: Dance on Camera, as well as many other festivals nationally and internationally. She also freelances with various Creative Agencies around the world, and is the recording engineer and audio producer for numerous award winning podcasts. Check out 'FAITH' a feature film by Eli Daughdrill for more. 

Andi currently lives in Brooklyn.

Andi is as gifted, patient, and efficient as they come. The music was key for my short film, Ladies Night, as it takes place in a karaoke bar. Andi was unbelievably professional as she was able to interpret notes from a non-musician effortlessly. I could not be happier with the music she composed. Her music didn’t just take my project to the next level, it created the world and for that I am profoundly grateful to have had this kind of collaborative experience. I look forward to working with her on future projects.


- Stephanie Iscovitz

           writer, actor, producer 

Andi Kristins’ work on our short film, The Rage of a Vixen, shows her exemplary music genius. While working closely with our director, she was able to craft a unique sound specific to our main character’s journey – providing us with an amazing score that rides the rollercoaster of our storyline’s plot. The end result is a classic arrangement of strings and drums that reminds the viewer of the golden age of film orchestrations. She went above and beyond our expectations. We are extremely happy with Andi’s original sound and would recommend her talents to any producer lucky enough to work with her.  


- Kevin Patrick Nelson 

               writer, director

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