You’ll usually find Andreas flying through the air on a teeterboard or standing on his hands. He first came to the circus arts through juggling. But it was when he discovered that he could use a wooden board to fly up to 7 meters in the air that he was truly seduced. After starting his acrobatic career at Ell Circo d’Ell Fuego in Antwerp, Belgium, he perfected his art at DOCH, the University of Dance and Circus in Stockholm where he specialized in teeterboard and hand balancing. His love for all forms of acrobatics is ongoing.