I write. I photograph. Mostly about food, farms, immigration, refugees, culture, and the intersection of all those things. Immersive reporting is just as comfortable and purposeful to me as recipe writing. I used to build houses from foundation to finish, and once dirtied my hands as a farm laborer. My work has appeared in the Oxford American, Gravy (the journal of the Southern Foodways Alliance), the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Modern Farmer, Paste, Flagpole and Civil Eats. I produce editorial content for businesses. Always for hire, reach me at: andrejgallant@gmail.com

In 2018, the University of Georgia Press will publish my first book, "The High Low Tide," an intimate portrait of the Georgia oyster industry during a time of great transition. 

I'm the founding editor of Crop Stories, a quarterly cooking zine produced with the Athens Farmers Market. It's hip as heck and features my writing and photography.

I'm Acadian; I was raised in Prince Edward Island. I'm now married to an Alabaman.

I'm earning an MFA in Narrative Nonfiction from the University of Georgia. 

I'd like to move back to the coast.