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Point Reyes, by Drew Doggett

Point Reyes, by Drew Doggett

Drew Doggett

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"The Monterey cypress trees forming this tunnel were planted in 1930. I love the idea of someone thinking long term about this location, knowing that one day these trees would reach their fully-grown glory. The trees also lead a path towards a telegraphy station with equipment dating back to World War II.

Just before taking this image, the tunnel was blanketed in fog so thick the trees were completely obscured. I readied my camera knowing that the fog could disappear without notice.

The moment I captured felt as if the moisture in the air was suspended at a precarious point of complete disappearance. I wanted my image to reflect the delicate balance of our natural world, and the fog added a sense of emotion.

I strongly feel that this scene embodies the prestige of the National Parks and the surrounding territory. Photographed with an emphasis on texture and light, my image also pays homage to the depth and feeling of the photographic greats before me – as well as to the endless beauty of our National backyard.

When I look back on this series, I think of how lucky we are to have such incredible natural wonders right here at home." - Drew Doggett


Join the photographic journey through the cultural icons dotting the Western United States in this print series titled In Transit: Portraits of the American West.

From a limited edition, this work is printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta paper, which sets the standard for image definition and color depth. Each print includes an embossed certificate of authenticity and is signed + numbered.

Drew Doggett

Drew Doggett is an award-winning photographer and director whose work tells the extraordinary stories of diverse cultures, communities, and wildlife through a fashion-inspired lens. In 2020, he was named number one in the US and fourth globally for black and white photography by One Eyeland. His photographic work can be found in public collections globally, notably the Smithsonian African Art Museum (DC) and the Mariners’ Museum (VA), as well as in hundreds of corporate and private collections, including that of Alec Baldwin, Gloria Steinem, Nicole Ari Parker, Eric Church, the Waldorf Astoria, Wynn Casinos, and the Four Seasons (HI). Drew has received over 120 awards and honors for his images, including a distinction from the Royal Photographic Society. His artwork has been featured in many publications such as Conde Nast Traveler, Architectural Digest, Forbes, Bloomberg, Fortune, The Daily Mail, and Outside Magazine, and he has partnered with brands like Ralph Lauren, Hasselblad, and Leica. His short films have received critical attention, notably at the Big Sur International Film Festival and the PBS Online Film Festival. He currently serves as an ambassador for Re:wild, a conservation organization founded by Leonardo DiCaprio and Global Wildlife Conservation.