June 21, 2017

History & Design of the 12-Meter Yachts

Originally built in 1907, the 12-Meter boats first appeared in America’s Cup in 1958 when the competition resumed after a 21 year halt due to World War II. These boats were produced to be more economical than the J-Class boats used in previous years – and that meant streamlining the design as much as possible […]

April 5, 2017

Urgent Yet Timeless: 5 Images That Remind Drew What’s Important

Lately, it seems that so much more happens on a daily cycle than ever before. Below, I’ve chosen images to share that can help ground me in the moment or remind me what’s important – or take me away to another place, highlighting something perhaps easily overlooked. Haven from Dunes: Landscapes Evolving – What struck me from my time […]

March 3, 2017

From Fashion to the Himalayas

I was excited to speak with Hahnemühle to discuss my inspiration, my style, and the challenges of my work – from starting in fashion in NYC to finding myself in the Himalayas and realizing I needed to pursue my own practice from that moment on. Here is an excerpt from my late 2016 interview with […]

January 23, 2017

A World of Its Own

Drew’s 2011 series, Omo: Expressions of a People, presents images of the residents of the Omo Valley in Ethiopia, often using the conventions of fashion photography. By using these references, Drew’s work adds a familiarity to the images – and to the practices – entirely unique to this area. Omo: Expressions of a People celebrates […]

November 1, 2016

Gallery Debut: Dunes and Ephemeral Shores

Snap Gallery featured works by two photographers who actively seek visions of beauty in nature, habitat and urbanism. While Drew’s two series cover different subject matter, the abstract lines and forms and the definitive textures visually supplement and inform one another when viewed together. “Form in Light” opened on August 5, 2016 and was on view […]

September 19, 2016

New Series Released – Band of Rebels: White Horses of Camargue

Drew Doggett’s Studio is thrilled to announce the release of a new series entitled Band of Rebels : White Horses of Camargue. Following his award-winning series from Sable Island, Drew continues his documentation of wild horses in Camargue, France where he photographed (and filmed) the region’s majestic, wild animals against the minimal and monotone backdrop […]

September 12, 2016

Band of Rebels: White Horses of Camargue Video Released

The horses native to Camargue are instinctively in-tune with the land around them and have been since prehistoric times, but the small group of human occupants have adjusted their lives to suit the 360 sq. mile Mediterranean delta region and its oft-harsh and isolating conditions. This lifestyle is entirely foreign to those of us who […]

August 23, 2016

Celebrating the National Park’s Centennial

Ansel Adams, the grandfather of landscape photography, is quoted as saying, “It is my intention to present – through the medium of photography – intuitive observations of the natural world which may have meaning to the spectators.” Decades later, this quote aptly describes Drew Doggett’s constant search to photograph the oft-latent yet extraordinary scenes throughout […]

July 31, 2016


Drew Doggett’s studio is pleased to announce the release of In Transit: Portraits of the American West. In Transit isolates intimate moments from Drew’s two month, 14,000 mile journey, taken while traveling in-between the National & State Parks system as he visited them on the occasion of their Centennial anniversary. Although my trip was initially set […]

June 29, 2016

Why I Chose Color: Ephemeral Shores + RPS Honors Drew

This is the second highest honor awarded to photographers for ‘images of exceptional standard’ with ‘complete control of the technical aspects of photography.’ As a supplement to his distinction by the RPS as having a mastery of his craft, we would like to delve further into the process in one of Drew’s recent series, Ephemeral […]