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Andrew Lawler

Senior Graphics Producer

Andrew Lawler leads graphics operation, developing visual identity for shows and programs, designing and building tools for video editors, and creating custom graphics and animations to support original reporting. He received a bachelor's degree in graphic design at Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri. While at Newsy, Andrew's worked on a variety of series, videos and interactive projects, earning recognition from peer organizations including the Sigma Delta Chi Awards, the News & Documentary Emmys and the Cynopsis Short Form Video Festival. Andrew is a staunch opponent of AP Style.

  Recent Work
Andrew Lawler / NewsySci/Health

Why Summer Didn't Slow Down COVID-19

With Airlines Set Own Pandemic Rules, Flights Are Increasingly Packed

While Airlines Set Own Pandemic Rules, Flights Are Increasingly Packed

Graphic comparing North Carolina meat plant infection rate to Northeast Bronx
Andrew Lawler/NewsySci/Health

Newsy Investigation Tracks COVID-19 Outbreaks In NC From Meat Plants

Crime scene tape

COVID-19 Watch: Behind Closed Doors

Passengers in Pittsburgh International Airport

Flying In The Age Of Coronavirus: A Trip In The New Normal

Women walk past closed shops in New York City
Kathy Willens / APWorld

WHO Warns Some Countries Are Headed For 'Blind Driving' Into Reopening

Cars on overpasses

COVID-19 Watch: Danger Of The Open Roads

Andrew LawlerSci/Health

COVID-19 Watch: Closing Houses Of Worship

Andrew LawlerSci/Health

COVID-19 Watch: Patchwork Response To Coronavirus Outbreak Not Enough

Chance Seales interviews Urban Winery worker
Andrew Shafer / NewsyU.S.

Dream Jobs: Urban Winery

Newsy's James Packard

Big Budget, Big Data — The Short Drive Across Nevada's Battleground

Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage: U.S. Forgoes Condolence Payments In Iraq, Syria

Woman on a therapist's couch

To Help Suicidal Teens Recover, Doctors Appoint 'Caring Adults'

People swearing oaths

DHS Releases Plan To Combat Targeted Extremism

A video featuring Nazi imagery on YouTube
Getty Images / Sean GallupU.S.

Far-Right Online Radicalization Isn't A New Phenomenon

Fight for 15 protester
Getty ImagesPolitics

The Rise And Decline Of The American Labor Union

Chief of the Cherokee Nation
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

This Treaty Sparked The Trail Of Tears And Divided The Cherokee People

Boeing 737 MAX
Getty ImagesU.S.

FAA Panel Gives Initial Approval To New 737 MAX Training

Boeing 737 MAX
Getty ImagesU.S.

Boeing's Apparently Failed Recovery Process, Explained

Boeing 737 MAX 8

Boeing Just Unveiled Its 737 MAX Fix — Here's How It Works

Dozens of video from the day the incident took place on the bridge help verify who started the fire.
Noticias UnoWorld

Who Set Fire To Venezuela Aid? New Footage Gives A Clearer Picture

Boeing's 737 MAX

What's Boeing Doing To Solve Its 737 MAX Problem?

A LEAP engine is pictured on the first Boeing 737 MAX airliner is pictured at the company's manufacturing plant, on December
Getty ImagesU.S.

Could This Feature Of The Boeing 737 MAX Be Linked To 2 Plane Crashes?

Geolocation can help debunk false claims against Syria's White Helmets group.
Google MapsWorld

How Digital Detective Work Debunks Russia's Claims On White Helmets

Wisconsin Republicans work through a lame-duck session of the state legislature.
Getty ImagesPolitics

Not Every State Has Time For Lame-Duck Legislative Sessions

Border Patrol agents
Getty ImagesPolitics

Immigration Is A Lightning Rod, But The Numbers Tell A Nuanced Story

Man scans items in a warehouse
Getty ImagesTech

Our Data Is Out There — And We Aren't Doing Much To Protect It

Ambulances and police officers gather in front of the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo.
Getty Images / Antoine AntoniolWorld

17 Years After Its Biggest Attack Against The US — Al-Qaeda Persists

Shipping Containers Preparing to Be Delivered
Getty ImagesBusiness

The 'Right Way' To Do Trade Internationally May Not Always Be Obvious

A bipartisan redistricting commission
Newsy Staff / Andrew LawlerPolitics

To Fix Gerrymandering, Lawmakers Might Need To Give Up Some Control