Drew Arrieta is a visual storyteller and artist whose work tells stories about resistance, re-imagining our world, and the magic of joy. His work shines a spotlight on people and their resilience. Photography is Drew's primary medium because of its willingness to reveal truths and bare witness, making it the perfect medium to demonstrate humanity's adaptability and strength. His work on police violence and community healing has appeared in Vogue, NBC News, and the Columbia Journalism Review.
resides in: Imnížaska Othúŋwe / St. Paul, MN
Columbia Journalism Review / Drew Arrieta's Family Album
The Local Dispatch / Drew Arrieta: Creating Space for Community Journalism
Vogue / What Does It Mean to Build—And Preserve—a George Floyd Memorial?
headshot courtesy of Kori Suzuki