Thriving creative Andrea “Andi” Cordero, now better known as AddiRockART, successfully launches her personal brand, bringing valuable custom work and personal branding services to the next level. Having spent 15 years of her colorful career working alongside numerous artists, musicians, designers, and actors, Andrea is taking a big leap and is ready to get down to real business.
The Mexican-American creative, with a strong Italian and Aztec heritage, is also exploring her rich lineage and expressing it through her digital art and other output. This year alone, she has provided several creative ads and artworks to help raise awareness for brands and charities with every intention to strengthen their campaigns. As someone who has always been supportive of various movements such as BLM, she wants to unite all creatives to a common cause that will make the world a safer and more welcoming place to be in.
Additionally, Andrea is working hard to put Baltimore, Maryland, and Peterborough, the U.K., on the map again when it comes to world-class art attractions. Traveling in both the United States and the U.K. made her realize that so much can be achieved through the collective power and effort of creatives. As someone who has acted and worked in live studio sound and set design, she understands the value of collaborations more than anything.
As far back as she can remember, Andrea has always been passionate about helping other people. She has strongly and eagerly supported other creatives like her from musicians to visual artists and actors at the same time. A lot of the people she worked with have successfully launched their personal brands and are now a huge success in their chosen industries. Andrea strongly feels that the time has come for her to fully launch her personal brand.
“After helping others achieve their dreams, I want to pursue my own, I want to be a full-time creative, support my family, and be able to actually champion causes with some authority. It’s amazing to see what others have achieved, and I want to be in a place to give back. I want to be able to support myself, give back to my parents who have struggled their whole lives, and then be able to really give back in a way that matters,” Andrea reveals.
Andrea is a creative who has a big heart. She is very generous when it comes to donating her art and time to numerous causes that she supports passionately. Just recently, she supported the COVAID for Mask Our Heroes. Additionally, she has been actively helping struggling creatives improve by voluntarily making their merchandise and branding.
As can be expected, Andrea wants nothing more than to become a full-time creative in the next few years and leave behind all other meaningless engagements that are not connected with her artistry and advocacies. Making the most of her time and using her phenomenal gifts in a way she best knows how, at a time in history that is considered critical, is her gift to herself and the people who believe in her art form. She also looks forward to teaching or acting in the future, showcasing more of her rich Mexican heritage, and empowering people to pursue their passions in life.
Andrea Cordero also wants to do strong collaborations with people and organizations such as CASETIFY, a thriving company that specializes in producing fun and attractive phone cases and covers. She also hopes to grow her following for it to become a promising avenue to do charity work in the future.