scouting for National Geographic in the sahara of western Egypt.
Image by Christoph Gerigk.
An award-winning writer, filmmaker, and lecturer at Stanford, Andrew Todhunter is the author of three books, including the PEN USA Literary Award-winning A Meal Observed, and dozens of articles for national publications including National Geographic, The Atlantic and The Wall Street Journal, among others. He has worked on numerous film projects, including productions for Lucasfilm and National Geographic Television.
Todhunter teaches writing and interdisciplinary creativity as a Resident Fellow at Stanford, where he co-founded The Senior Reflection, a creative capstone program in Biology, and Stanford's LifeWorks program. He studied at the American University of Paris, received his BA in Ancient History from UC Berkeley, studied film production at NYU’s Graduate Department of Film and Television, and received an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Antioch University in Los Angeles.
An avid diver, climber and sea kayaker, he has served as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. He is currently based in Northern California with his wife and three children.