Life on a Line is a long-term ongoing project that seeks to portray slackliners (most commonly mistaken as tightrope walkers) from around the world. Andrea has documented these webbing walkers in Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico City, Miami, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, California, Utah and Colorado. She finds interest in their community, values and sense of adventure and photographs them whenever she travels.
This series began in Florida in 2012 when she was first introduced to the sport. Andrea hopes to portray how the simple act of walking on a thin piece of webbing can connect people across cultural differences. She spent some time documenting how people in Paris created community through the slackline practice, as seen in this video.
Finally, Life on a Line aims to remind others of the bliss in living life courageously and facing your fears.