Andrew Belk is a writer and filmmaker based on the New South Wales south coast.

He studied journalism at the University of Southern Queensland and film & television at the Victorian College of the Arts.

In 2003 he won the inaugural Josephine Ulrick prize for literature for his story, 'The big Jesus' which was published in the first issue of Griffith REVIEW. His creative work has also been broadcast on ABC Radio National and SBS.

Since 2008, he has worked extensively in the developing world, creating digital content for campaigns advocating child welfare and social justice.


Pieces by Andrew Belk

Downstairs in Ethiopia
Edition 45: The Way We Work

Flying in. Flying out.
Edition 41: Now We are Ten

The future from the bottom of a boat
Edition 12: Hot Air

The Einstein canaries
Edition 9: Up North

Deaths I have outsmarted
Edition 17: Staying Alive

View from Munibung Hill
Edition 2: Dreams of Land

The big Jesus
Edition 1: Insecurity in the New World Order

Griffith Review