Andrew Bly grew up in Milton, PA, where had always known his future was in entertainment and entrepreneurship. After graduating from Full Sail University he moved to New York City at 19 years old. His first freelance gig landed him on the set of Beastie Boys “Ch-Check It Out” and solidified the next year working directly with Adam Yauch at the beginning of Oscilloscope Films.
In 2005 Andrew became one of the founding members of The Molecule. As CFO Andrew ensures that The Molecule remains true to their core values of delivering high-quality work within expected budgets, and has helped the company gain a foothold within a rapidly growing and challenging VFX landscape. Andrew has worked on a number of TV series and feature films such as “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (Netflix), “The Path” (Hulu), “The Night Of” (HBO), Money Monster, and The Butler.
Andrew is an active member of the VFX and Post-Production communities, serving as both a board member for the Post New York Alliance and Chair of the New York chapter of the Visual Effects Society. He has become one of these communities’ strongest advocates, and has worked with everyone from lawmakers to local non-profits in New York and LA to make sure that artists have the resources they need to be successful.