Andreea Costenco started her career as an artist with a Diploma in Fashion design in her native Bucharest and continued to achieve a degree in Fine Arts from the University there. She has also recently completed a Masters in Scenography at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in London. Recent works include "Something about Lysistrata" an installation and performance at the Cantieri Culturali alla Zisa, Palermo, Sicily and a short (6 min) experimental video called "World Story" shown at the Uncut short film event at the ICA (Previously exhibited at the CineMAiubit Festival at the Cinema Studio in Bucharest). In 2002 she put on an installation and intervention exhibition entitled "I Love NY" at the Eforie Gallery in Bucharest which was later shown as a multimedia exhibition at the Fulbright Commission in Bucharest. As a painter Andreea has exhibited at "Young Colours — Young Painting Today" at the Art Expo/ National Theatre of Romania and she exhibited "Looking for Mr Green" at the Rumanisches Kulturinstitut Titu Maiorescu in Berlin. In 2002 she put on an exhibition entitled Metamorfosi at the Instituto Romeno di Cultura e Ricerca Umanistica in Venice. Other exhibitions have been in Tel Aviv and Herteliyya in Israel. As a designer she designed the set and costumes for a prestigious 2002 production of Caragiale's "A stormy Night" at the Bulandra Theatrea, also shown at National Festival of Theatre "Ion Luca Caragiale", XII Edition in Bucharest and The Young Actor Gala Mangalia in 2002.