Andrew Foley is a writer and occasional editor and artist of comic books and graphic novels. Andrew Foley lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with his wife, graphic designer Tiina Andreakos.


Foley graduated with distinction from the Alberta College of Art's Drawing Program in 1992 and maintained a painting studio for two years afterward, during which his work was displayed in galleries and museums across the province of Alberta, before deciding to move into writing.

Andrew's first published comics work was the eight-page short story "Cal's Trick", which he wrote and drew for Cyberosia Publishing's Combustible Muse Anthology. "Cal's Trick" was later reprinted in Cyberosia's Revolving Hammer Anthology, along with another story written by Foley and drawn by Wendi Strang-Frost, called "To Whom It May Concern".

For a time Andrew worked with start-up online comics company where he acted as a submissions editor and compiled four issues of the anthology comic Remote Views.

In December, 2006, Foley received a co-writer credit along with Fred Van Lente on the Platinum Studios graphic novel Cowboys & Aliens. In addition to work on the Cowboys & Aliens main story, Foley wrote a five-page preamble that was illustrated by Dennis Calero.

Other comics Foley has written for Platinum Studios include Age of Kings (with art by Russell Hossain), Jest Cause, Crimson Rose, Threads (co-written with Scott O. Brown), and Twilight War Volume One: Incursion.