Andy Jenkins is a multidisciplinary artist and creative director. He spent the 1990’s He working in and around magazines, as an editor, writer, illustrator and graphic artist, with his two best friends and partners, Mark Lewman and Spike Jonze. The three co-created lifestyle magazines, Homeboy and Dirt (brother to Sassy magazine). In 1994 he went to work for the Girl Skateboard Company as art director, and later, the creative director, where he helped guide the multi-brand company into becoming one of the most beloved and influential institutions in skateboarding. He is currently working as an independent creative director, consultant, curator, designer, Illustrator, writer. He describes himself as a “virtual Swiss Army Knife”. Andy Jenkins was interviewed on June 10, 2005 in San Pedro, CA.