Andrew Snowhite - Co-founder
Andrew Snowhite is co-founder of Azure Worldwide, a strategic 'green lifestyle' consulting, destination and creative development company, and is responsible for its day to day operation. This includes managing projects that have included work on a large scale eco-resort in Costa Rica, developing environmentally-themed entertainment attractions in Singapore and island-wide sustainability consulting in Curacao as well as the company's creative development and media initiatives.
Additionally, Andrew provides a variety of consulting services to the non-profit organization EarthEcho International; projects include an episode of the PBS cartoon series "Curious George" and a relationship with the Vans Warped Tour which is one of the largest and longest running national summer concert tours.
Prior to co-founding Azure Worldwide, LLC, Andrew managed his own consulting business, providing strategic marketing and business development services to a variety of entertainment and technology companies and brands. He spent years as Executive Vice President of Business Development and Sales at Musictoday, LLC, an industry-leading Web services, marketing and fulfillment organization (now owned by LiveNation). During his time at Musictoday he worked with organizations including AOL, MTV, Universal Music Group, Vans Warped Tour and Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts and with artists such as the Rolling Stones, Tim McGraw, Madonna, Metallica, the Jerry Garcia Estate and Wynton Marsalis.
In addition to his professional work, Andrew has over fifteen years experience conducting field and laboratory research on the ecology of Indo-Pacific reef fish and sharks. His work has been acknowledged in journals such as National Geographic Science and Exploration and Environmental Biology of Fishes and he has done field work around the world including Papua New Guinea, Palau, Thailand, Egypt, Mexico and the Solomon Islands.
Andrew is an accomplished SCUBA diver and underwater photographer. He was the Grand Prize Winner of the 2001 Bonaire Dive Festival Underwater Photography Contest and was highlighted in Scuba Diving magazine's October 2001 article titles How to Win a Photo Contest.
Andrew received a BA in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia and was a National Science Scholar.