Andrew Cagle is a documentary filmmaker and multi-media journalist currently residing in Texas. Originally entering college with an Army service contract, Andrew withdrew from the ROTC program in his junior year as a conscientious objector. In the summer of 2010, he conducted research on Palestinian identity in Jordan and the West Bank, pursuing a documentary film on the topic in the process.

After diving into video storytelling, Cagle produced short films for Seed Effect Microfinance in South Sudan, making Kajo Keji County in Central Equatoria his home from 2011-2012.

Andrew most recently produced video media for TexAgs.com, where he was brought in to develop the website’s documentary storytelling and video news coverage. He currently freelances in Texas, and will be moving to the Middle East with his wife in summer 2014.