Andrew holds an MA in Anthropology (CSU Sacramento 2008) and a PhD in Pacific History (Australian National University 2014) specialising in Papua New Guinean history up to and including WWII, with current focus on the memories and remains of WWII in PNG and the wider Pacific, especially in regard to indigenous populations. He has lectured in New Zealand, Fiji and the USA, and has worked on Kokoda Campaign history from 2014. From July 2017 Andrew has been Military and Cultural Heritage Advisor to the PNG National Museum and Art Gallery (NMAG) assisting in the development and implementation of a sustainable military heritage management plan for the Kokoda Track.