About

Drew Denny is an award-winning, internationally exhibited filmmaker, actor, musician and multi-media artist.

Drew’s first narrative feature won Best Film, Best First Feature and Best Cinematography in its 50-festival run, earning her a spot in The Advocate’s “40 Under 40” list, where she was named “an auteur to watch.” She went on to produce six episodes for the launch of Vice’s female-centered channel “Broadly” – the most successful launch in Vice history- followed by an interview with Hillary Clinton for Lifetime, and branded content for clients including Allergan, Spotify, Interscope Records, NYDJ Denim, and CBS.

Be it through investigative documentary, narrative, or commercials, Drew is passionate about telling groundbreaking stories with a focus on female subjects, people of color and LGBTQ communities. She has worked to secure unprecedented access to subjects as diverse as abortion clinics in Texas, climate change refugees in the Maldives, and drag queen nuns in Northern California in addition to working with rock stars, super models, and A-list Hollywood talent.

Drew’s 2016 narrative and commercial work features Gabourey Sidibe (EMPIRE), Chloe Moretz (CARRIE, 30 ROCK), Larry Pine (HOUSE OF CARDS), Catherine Curtin and Michelle Hurst (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK), Frank Harts (THE LEFTOVERS), Bridget Moynahan (SEX AND THE CITY), Kelsea Ballerini, Flume, Blink 182, Sheila E, US Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas and supermodels Christie Brinkley, Ashley Graham, Iman, and Lana Ogilvie.

In addition to creating films, music and artworks, Drew is the creative director of Allies in Arts, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports artists of all mediums who identify as women, people of color and/or LGBTQ+ through access to grants, gear and professional services.