Damien Drew is a photographer with a particular passion for documenting the built environment and our relationship with it. He is fascinated with what he sees as a loss of a sense of place and texture and it's rapid replacement with a globally generic built environment. Vital places and communities are being transformed such that every place becomes no place in particular. His images ask us to pay attention to scenes and details habitually passed over, presenting beauty in unlikely places. Damien is also an Art Director working in production design whose feature film credits include Ridley Scott’s Alien Covenant, The Great Gatsby, Superman Returns, Star Wars and The Matrix films. He studied Architecture at UNSW in Sydney and he has a passion for place making and visual story telling.