Andrew Holbrooke began his professional career after graduating from N.Y.U.'s School of the Arts with a degree in film and television.  

He has worked throughout the world, including: Northern Ireland, Somalia, Cambodia, Burma, Nicaragua, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Pakistan, The Philippines, Thailand, Romania, Turkey, Niger, Kenya, Colombia and Indonesia.  

Holbrooke has been honored with numerous Pictures of the Year/National Press Photographer's Association awards, a World Press Photo award, an Art Director's Club award, and the Harry Chapin, "Best Photojournalism" award from World Hunger Year.  

He is a 2004 NYFA Photography Fellow.  

His work is in the permanent collections of the George Eastman House and The Newseum. 

His clients include: The New York Times Magazine, Life, Time, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Smithsonian, The Boston Globe Magazine, Mother Jones, Paris Match, IBM, Exxon, and Mobil Oil.  

He has lectured at The Americas Society and Asia Society. 

He is a CORBIS contruting photographer. 

He lives in New York City.