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Drew Gardner
ABOUT ME

I started my career at on a local newspaper getting my first front page at the age of 15. I went on to work as a photojournalist travelling to over 50 countries photographing a wide spectrum of news events and personalities for the world's most respected magazines and newspapers. Witnessing world events such as the wars in Bosnia and Kosovo and the release of Nelson Mandela.

My work is influenced my life experiences and my love of history, bringing a strong narrative and cinematic feel to his imagery. My unique and innovative approach to photography combined with my use of light and my attention to the detail distinguish my work.

My fine art work has been exhibited worldwide with shows in London, Europe, the USA and China, winning many awards along the way.

I am always looking for innovative ways to tell stories and I have been producing powerful interactive photography, film and virtual reality experiences for global brands for the likes of Sports Illustrated and the New York Times.

I am also an educator teaching workshops and seminars around the world.

I have a passion for people and my craft getting the very best from any given situation.

Testimonials
Tom Stoddart

'I can thoroughly recommend him to any client requiring first class brand imagery. Drew is meticulous in his planning and original in his creative ideas. As a photographer and film maker he consistently produces work of the highest quality, that satisfies the needs of the most demanding art directors'

tomstoddart.com

Joe McNally

'I've known Drew for many years, and he continues to surprise with his constant reinvention and the varied ways he breaks new ground visually. An outstanding pro who delivers on all the potential of any assignment, be it stills or video. He has complete command of craft, from the planning aspects of a job to the post-production completion. Small or large, in terms of an answer for any client's visual task or problem, he is literally one stop shopping. Highly recommend!'

Joemcnally.com

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