Drew Hopper is an Australian based professional photographer specialising in travel, documentary and editorial photography throughout Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

His curiosity for different ways of living have influenced his desire to travel to new and unfamiliar places. Through his travels he has developed a photographic style that is unique, instinctive and compelling. Drew is a regular contributor to Australian Geographic, covering photo assignments throughout Australia. He also regularly contributes and writes for Australian Photography and has been featured in numerous travel, photography and lifestyle magazines worldwide. In 2015 he won the ANZANG Nature Photographer Of The Year award in the Botanical category.


Let the wisdom of India’s people and one of the world’s oldest and richest cultures resonate and encourage you to reach an enlightened state of acceptance, patience and kindness.

Sensitively recorded by award-winning photographer, Drew Hopper, Enlightenment – a journey through India captures the spirit, beauty and peace of India. From the dazzling marigold offerings gracing each and every celebration, to the vibrant, intoxicating and overwhelming mix of colour, chaos, people and architecture. Captivating, conscious and transcendental



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  • Heavy downpour in Siem Reap, Cambodia #siemreap #cambodia #asia
  • Resharing one of my favourite images I've taken to date, which also happens to be my best selling shot as well as the most stolen image from my website. The image has certainly done the rounds over the years, popping up all over the world in magazines, on postcards, gift cards, websites and various other mediums. I find it very interesting that it's been stolen multiple times over the years - what about this image makes it so popular? It wasn't a particularly challenging image to take, it was infact very simple and at the time I thought nothing of it apart from it being a fairly unique perspective at the time. The art world works in mysterious ways I guess. Looking forward to heading back to Hanoi soon. #hanoi #vietnam #everydayvietnam
  • Colourful family home tucked away in the narrow streets of Bundi City in Rajasthan, India #bundi #rajasthan #india
  • Nambucca Breakwall, New South Wales, Australia #nambucca #vwall #midnorthcoast #visitnsw #australia #aerial #djimavicpro
  • Giant Buddha inside an ancient temple in Old Bagan, Myanmar #bagan #burma #myanmar #buddha
  • Nambucca Heads, New South Wales, Australia #nambucca #visitnsw #australia #aerial #drone #djimavicpro