In 1970, after receiving primary education at school No. 704 in Moscow and art school "on Kropotkinskaya", Andrei Nikolaevich entered the Moscow Secondary School of Art at State V.I. Surikov Art Institute. In 1975 he became a student of the Moscow Architectural Institute, graduated in 1981 with a degree in architecture of residential and public facilities.
Andrei Nikolaevich was assigned to work in the design institute Giprokauchuk, where he took part in the development of a project for the pumping shop of an artificial plant rubber in Sterlitamak.
In April 1982, he was drafted into the army. The service was held in the Yaroslavl Higher Military School of Finance and headquarters of the Moscow Military District as an architect. After retiring to the reserve in 1984, he joined the management of Mosproekt-2 in the workshop No. 12 for the design of the Victory Monument on Poklonnaya Gora, where he designed the part of zone "A" ("Picture Gallery").
In 1990, after the completion of the main design works on the Victory Monument, Andrei Nikolaevich retired from Mosproject-2 and created the Moscow Patriarchate Architectural and Art Center “Archkhram”, whose creative leader he is still today.
With the direct participation of Andrei Nikolaevich theoretical sector of the "Arkhram"
(headed by Kesler M.Y.) for the first time developed a Code of Norms and Rules for the design of religious buildings of the Orthodox faith. Immediately after the decision to reconstruct the complex of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the project of the wooden church-chapel of the Sovereign Icon of the Mother of God was developed and implemented for several years by the forces of the Arkhram. It became a spiritual dominant for construction for several years. After the completion of works on the Lower Transfiguration Church of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Andrei Nikolaevich was appointed head of the integrated workshop for the design of the complex of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior of the management of Mosproekt-2. In addition, he managed the reconstruction and restoration of MFA Russia complex of buildings and continued to be the creative leader of the Arkhram.
In 1999, Andrei Nikolaevich was elected adviser to the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences.