Andrew Sacks has had a long career in image making as a still photographer, and filmmaker. His work for magazine and photo agencies has taken him across North America and overseas.
Based in the region of the midwest often known as the rust belt, Sacks has documented the progress of the auto industry in the US for newspapers, magazines, annual reports, and stock photo agencies.
With the introduction of more versatile and affordable quality video equipment, Sacks switched gears and began building a strong catalog of video imagery focusing on agriculture and industry.
He recently completed a feature length documentary about gospel music called, “Let’s Have Some Church Detroit Style”, which won an Emmy award in June 2016.
He lives with his family in Chelsea, Michigan, about 60 miles from Detroit.