As I’ve mentioned, the arts have been an interest of mine pretty well all my life, and I express myself through its various forms.

Below are some examples of my expression through my art, fashion, style and acting resume. If you like what you see, please contact me at [email protected] or on one of my social networks.

Prints are available for sale, and I also accept commissions.

Check me out on DeviantArt to see more of my art!

Check me out on Befitted to see more looks!

Model Citizen Fashion Show – 2010



[email protected]

HEIGHT: 5′ 5″


I am a passionate and personable individual with a lot of drive. I have a physical disability called Cerebral Palsy, and I use both a manual and a power wheelchair for my mobility aides. I am looking for representation, but also to work in an open, friendly, team environment.
• 2016 Befitted Befitted
• 2010 Access 2010 Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region
• 2010 Model Citizen Fashion Show Expressions by D.S.K./Cambridge Centre
• 2015 Self – Consumer/Staff Orientation Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region
• 2011 Self – Sexuality and Access Training Springtide Resources
• 2005 Lead Role – School Captain

(Filmed but never published)

Cambridge Public Library and Galleries
• 1998 Self – Every Day’s Little Pleasures Vladmir Kabelik / Vision TV
• 1999 Self – United Way Regional
• Model Boot Camp with Donna Schmidt-Kirk
• Various summer visual arts, acting and filmmaking classes
Visual Arts, Digital Arts, Storytelling, Focused, Determined, Expressive, Versatile,


  • Peter Martin(Lvegas69 on CB) says:

    Andre there aren’t too many more words left in the dictionary that I haven’t already used to describe you, you must be thinking enough already this crazy guy must be trying to hit on me he’s annoying as hell!
    Over the last 25 years my work as a make up artist has enabled me to meet and talk with many esteemed people, models, Holywood actors, pop stars, politicians, many who are highly lauded. Non of the people I have ever met, however nice, would even come close to the level of admiration and respect I feel for you.

  • Kim Hopper says:

    I saw your article in today’s KW Record “Man with a Message” and recognized you from a time when I worked with you at Glenview Park SS. I was a supply Educational Assistant and was very impressed with your determination and attitude and I was so pleased to see that the same determination and attitude has allowed you find success as a Graphic Novelist. Congratulations on your first step in finding your blissful place!

  • Cameron Feil says:

    Hey Andre I saw your article in the Record and I wanted to say hi. I went to grade school with you at Smithson PS, we use to play ministicks with Josh Walters and Jon Devries. I have to say I think it’s great to see that you are doing well and I wanted to congratulate you on getting published. I will definitely be picking up a copy and I look forward to seeing more comics in the future.

    All the best

    • Andre Andre says:

      Thanks, man, though I think that you have me confused with another Andre. There are two others from this area, and we all look similar.

  • Ed Arbuckle says:

    I read the article about you in the Record on the weekend. I was amazed by what you have done.

    I too live in Kitchener and am writing a book, Disability and Financial Planning. It would be nice to meet you in person and perhaps use some of your material in the book to help other special needs individuals. My email is [email protected] and my website is There are several articles on my website about special needs.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Ed Arbuckle

  • Jesse hollihan says:

    Hey andre!!
    It’s been a long time since we’ve chatted!! I came across the graphic novel you published and read it tonight actually. Could not be more proud of what you have accomplished!!! We need to get in touch and meet up to hang out. There’s so much to talk about and catch up on! Miss you buddy

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