Drew Doggett


After a life-changing expedition to the Himalayas to document the secluded Humla community, Drew Doggett left the fashion photography industry to pursue a career capturing extraordinary subjects around the world. Since that trip over a decade ago, Drew has effortlessly blended his love of form, composition, concept, and tone with his desire to chronicle the people, animals, and places that make our world so uniquely diverse and exceptional.

His works, created across 40 countries, often explore the world’s most incredible animals and their remarkable existence through meticulous examination and intimate, larger-than-life perspective. From the biggest tusked elephants left on Earth to the inimitable animals roaming the plains of the Kenyan bush, Drew’s photographs celebrate our planet’s extraordinary inhabitants as seen through a fashion-inspired lens.

Having received over 120 awards and honors for his photographic work, Drew’s images can be found in public and private collections globally, notably the Smithsonian African Art Museum (DC).

“I believe that an iconic photograph is an opportunity for constant inspiration, learning, and discovery. The beauty within my images is the language I use to help foster a deeper understanding of our world.”

- Drew Doggett

While preserving places, people, and wild creatures on camera and film is at the core of Drew’s practice, he is also invested in helping to maintain the welfare of his subjects through sustained charitable giving.

Wild Facts

  • Drew's favorite insect is the dung beetle because of the ratio of strength versus size

  • He has a special affinity for tortoise shells; calling them one of the most beautiful natural creations

  • Drew has visited over 40 countries around the world but always keep going back to East Africa.