Andrew's non-fiction work, Where to Go New York City is a tongue in cheek 150 page guide to the bathrooms of NYC: old, new, funky, elegant, quirky, public and private.
Organized by neighborhood, it will give out-of-towners reassurance that, yes, indeed, you can find a bathroom in NYC, and for those of us who live here, a reminder of visits to our favorite restrooms.
A full proposal is available for your consideration.
Andrew Brewer is a Vice President at NBC Television in New York.
oversees content for all New York-based entertainment programs, including Late Night programming (e.g., Saturday Night Live
, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon) and shows in the Law and Order franchise.
See the Marketing, Sales, and Promotion section for more information.
While at NBC
has won a number of awards, including an Emmy for his
important work with the network's The More You Know public service campaign.
He has been recognized by AFTRA for his work with Saturday Night Live in the category of Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Program.
Among his diverse pursuits, Brewer also founded SoulforceNYC‚ an organization dedicated to helping LGBT folks in the New York area free themselves from religious and political oppression.
SoulforceNYC has grown considerably in the last few years and is now seen as one of the primary 'go-to' organizations in the region's fight against religious intolerance.
has going to the restroom for over a half-century now.