Andy Jackson began his career at Utopia Studios in London, training under James Guthrie, a relationship that continues to this day with the duo being co-pilots of Pink Floyd’s sound. Andy had success as a recording engineer at Utopia, including hits with Boomtown Rats "I Don’t Like Mondays”, before the call came from James Guthrie to follow him into the world of Pink Floyd, to work on the film of "The Wall”, an offer he couldn’t resist, having been a Floyd fan for many years. So started a relationship that continues to this day, (on albums such as "The Final Cut”, "A Momentary Lapse of Reason”, "The Division Bell”, "Pulse”, Roger Waters’ "The Pros and Cons of Hitchhiking”, David Gilmour’s "About Face”, "On An Island”, "Live in Gdansk”), resulting in two Grammy nominations for his work and Mix magazine’s award for best live sound engineer for "Pulse” tour. He is also engineer and a co-producer of the soon-to-be-released Pink Floyd album, "The Endless River”.
Along side his work with Pink Floyd and wider work as an engineer, he has recorded three albums, recorded with friends, as a musician in his own right: "On the Surface”, "Obvious” and "Mythical Burrowing Animals”. All three works were ideas ahead of their time it would seem.