André was a producer of The Messenger podcast, about Abdul Aziz Muhamat and his life inside the Australian-run immigration detention centre on Manus Island. It won the Grand Award at the 2017 New York Festivals international radio awards, the 2017 UNAA Media Award for Best Radio Documentary, and the Australian Human Rights Commission Media Award. It also won the 2017 Walkley Award for Radio/Audio Feature.
He was one of the producers of They Cannot Take the Sky, an exhibition made up of dozens of short video and audio stories about immigration detention. The exhibition won a prestigious 2018 Museums and Galleries National Award (MAGNA) for best Temporary or Travelling Exhibition. It also won the Contribution to Multiculturalism by a Community Organisation award at the 2017 Melbourne Awards.
He is also a producer of ‘how are you today’, a sound installation commissioned for the Eavesdropping exhibition at the Ian Potter Museum of Art. ‘how are you today’ comprises 14 hours of recordings made by six men detained on Manus Island by the Australian Government: Abdul Aziz Muhamat, Behrouz Boochani, Farhad Bandesh, Kazem Kazemi, Samad Abdul, and Shamindan Kanapathi. You can listen to the recordings here.