Drew Cornwall is a multi-disciplinary artist, educator and technician based in Rockland, Maine. After freelancing in Florida and contributing to several publications, he received a BFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) where his portfolio developed work including commercial and fine art imagery. His personal work ranges from portraiture to landscapes utilizing both digital and analog techniques.
After graduating, he relocated to the midcoast of Maine to work for Maine Media Workshops + College, where his vision for photography has grown exponentially. Working with professional photographers Joyce Tenneson, Cig Harvey and John Paul Caponigro, has influenced his focus to remain on the fine arts and served as strong motivators for continuing the art of printmaking. Moving forward with increased mindfulness, Drew has been assisting artists, printing, teaching workshops, freelancing commercially, contributing images to local publications and freely being creative with other artists and establishments throughout the region – to him, it just makes sense to be involved with the community.
Over the past few years, his passion for storytelling dovetailed into his latest projects that touch on personal and cultural subject matters throughout eastern regions of the United States. With a high energy to collaborate and draw connections, he continues to engage with his camera in order to better understand life and the world we live in.
For more information, connect with him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org