Drew Vickers


Paris-based photographer Drew Vickers makes images of bold and brilliant intimacy, with his varied body of work to date deriving from both the natural instinct of his documentary work, and the technical craft behind his fashion images. For the American photographer, the thread of his imagemaking is always about a spirit of connection – both between his camera and the subject, and the subject and the viewer.

Crafting this emotional connection across both photographic work and filmmaking, Vickers has brought his lens to brands such as Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel Beauty, Jacquemus, Supreme, The Row, adidas and Calvin Klein; additionally, you’ll find the photographer’s editorial work in magazines like i-D, Double, M Le Monde, System, Italian Vogue, Self Service and The Gentlewoman.

Recent Editorial

D La Repubblica


i-D Magazine

Ann Demeulemeester

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Self Service


D La Repubblica

Another Time

M Le Monde

Le Feu et La Grâce

System Magazine

Fierce, empowering, never vulgar

T Magazine

Bold Patterns to Wear When You Re-enter the World

Recent Covers

Recent Advertising

Calvin Klein FW22


Cheerleading Series

In 2019, Drew visited two High Schools in Texas to capture the essence of American cheerleading.

“I really liked how cheerleaders represented a uniquely American teenage experience. The uniform takes away all the identifiers of time period or place and it strips away their personal identity, leaving you to really concentrate on their faces. I was inspired after photographing teenagers entering Military school for the US Army. I started thinking about how different an experience the two would be, while also having a lot of similarities such as drills, instructors, uniforms, etc.”

-Drew Vickers