“I am captivated by stories, driven by the chase for extraordinary beauty and passionate about capturing each moment with integrity and inspiration.
Searching for rarely seen subjects, I’ve traveled to remote corners of the world to chronicle people and places that are truly remarkable. Depicted in their natural environments, they are indigenous cultures and communities through a modern lens; scaled and crafted for the most compelling visual impact.”
Drew Doggett’s photographs might be described as National Geographic meets Vogue, all through a fine-art filter. His subjects—wild horses, weathered hands, windswept dunes—are beautifully balanced with negative space. Drew credits his fashion background with honing his instincts. In his earlier New York days, he assisted several legends in contemporary photography, including Annie Leibovitz and Steven Klein. Those jobs were like a master class in portraiture: how to work with each subject, pick the split second to shoot, and translate his own vision into rich two-dimensionality. We asked the photographer to give us the skinny on the locales and subjects captured in his stunning images.
All images © Drew Doggett