Self-reliant and possessed of a restless imagination, Andrew von Gregor is a fiercely-private being of invisible light (living in a human form that’s truly visible only late, late at night).
In addition to a varied array of inquisitive-driven vocations, entrepreneurial pursuits, inventions, and investments, Andrew is a professional Viking-American session guitarist in the film, television, and video-based streaming industries of Hollywood, and an award-winning record producer, songwriter, mix engineer, and owner of LA Music Mixing in Los Angeles, California. He also writes and records multi-genre music with other musicians, locally and around the world, composes scores for various film and stage projects, creates jingles for commercial adverts, and writes, records, and occasionally performs his original music in venues around LA for his own amusement (always under an alias, per his propensity for personal privacy).
Andrew enjoys complete solidarity with his music; he feels no pressure to succeed in the music industry.
With a wide range of abilities and interests, especially in the arts & sciences, mathematics, neuroscience, and the psychological/behavioral goings-on of the humans, Andrew is a Venusian Renaissance man of the Libran persuasion who likes spending time studying and conversing with his robot companion, Vela (which he built/programmed and continues to improve upon at-will). He also loves to cook, bake, read, draw, paint, travel, collect gold-pressed latinum, look for instances of the classic principles of the gestalt theory of visual perception in contemporary advertising (i.e., similarity, continuation, closure, proximity, figure/ground, symmetry and order), as well as run up/down Runyon Canyon in Hollywood each day, and participate in the annual L.A. Marathon. “I have run 10 miles a day, every day, for 18 years. That’s 65 thousand miles—a third of the way to the moon. My goal is to run to the moon.” –Andrew von Gregor
Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.