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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
A woman walks past an advertisement for Bitcoin in Hong Kong
AP Photo / Vincent Yu, FileBusiness

Bitcoin Crashes Below $30,000 For First Time Since January

Navajo woman receives her first COVID-19 vaccine at Northern Navajo Medical Center in Shiprock, New Mexico
 Sci/Health

Navajo Nation Reflects On Its Battle Against COVID-19

AP Photo / Rick Bowmer, File
A set of bitcoin tokensTech

Cryptocurrency Could Go Green With Proof-Of-Stake Verification Model

President Biden
Evan Vucci/APPolitics

President Biden Travels The Country Touting Jobs And Family Plan

U.S. Marines in Afghanistan
Marco Di Lauro / APU.S.

U.S. Military Pullout From Afghanistan Beginning After Nearly 20 Years

How To Shrink Cows’ Huge Carbon Footprint
NewsySci/Health

How To Shrink Cows’ Huge Carbon Footprint

Donald Trump tweet containing "Chinese virus"
@realDonaldTrump/TwitterTech

Trump's First 'Chinese Virus' Tweet Preceded Jump In Anti-Asian Speech

Illustration of President Joe Biden and the U.S. Capitol building.
Andrew Lawler/NewsyPolitics

Progressives Ready To Target Democratic Establishment In 2022 Midterms

A "thumbs up" like logo is shown on a sign at Facebook HQ
AP Photo / Jeff Chiu, FileTech

How Facebook's Oversight Board Is Looking To Fix Content Problems

A promotional photograph for the South ParQ Vaccination Special
Comedy Central / South ParkEntertainment

Hollywood QAnon Portrayals Are Funny — But Also Dangerous?

A man in QAnon T-shirt waits for President Donald Trump to arrive in Old Forge, Pennsylvania
AP Photo / Jacqueline Larma, FileTech

QAnon Followers Think Trump Will Be Inaugurated March 4

A person wears a vest supporting QAnon at a rally in Olympia, Wash
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, FileTech

Experts Say QAnon Likely To Keep Evolving Even Without Trump In Office

An illustration of President Biden's health care plans
Andrew Lawler / NewsyPolitics

Inside President Biden's Plan To Shore Up The Affordable Care Act

President Joe Biden holds a booklet as he speaks about the coronavirus
APU.S.

President Biden's COVID-19 Plan Includes Reopening Schools

An illustrated calendar of President-elect Joe Biden's first 100 days in office.
Andrew Lawler / NewsyPolitics

Can Biden Distribute 100 Million Vaccine Doses In His First 100 Days?

A hosts directs visitors of a COVID-19 testing facility of the Municipal Health Authority GGD, in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Peter Dejong / APSci/Health

COVID-19 Pandemic: A Look Back On 2020

Rear cabin on a Delta Air Lines jet
APU.S.

After Newsy Report, Airlines Admit Pilot Mask Policies Have Exceptions

American Airlines planes
APU.S.

Exclusive: Pilot Docked Pay After Insisting Co-Pilot Wear A Mask

A web of President Trump's interactions in the days before his positive COVID-19 test.
Andrew Lawler / NewsyPolitics

Contact Tracing Trump: The President's Days Before Positive COVID Test

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden
APPolitics

A Week From First Debate, Polls Are Tight In These Key States

Andrew Lawler / NewsySci/Health

Why Summer Didn't Slow Down COVID-19

With Airlines Set Own Pandemic Rules, Flights Are Increasingly Packed
APSci/Health

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
StoryblocksSci/Health

COVID-19 Watch: Behind Closed Doors

Passengers in Pittsburgh International Airport
APU.S.

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
VideoblocksSci/Health

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

Newsy's James Packard
NewsyPolitics

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