ABOUT THE BOOK
Sable Island is home to one of the last herds of completely wild horses and nothing else. This small strip of earth, often nestled in a blanket of fog 100 miles from land, has long captivated artists. Since 2012, Drew has created one of the most comprehensive collections of imagery of the island, including the first-of-its-kind aerial documentation captured by drone.
In this long-awaited large-format coffee table book, discover the story of the wild and free horses of Sable Island as told through over 100, exquisitely reproduced photographs that inspire, thrill, and excite. Featuring never-before-seen images from Drew’s archive and personal writings that invite you on an intimate journey through a day on the island, this book is an ode to the incredible horses that have thrived, despite all odds, in a place man has failed to conquer.
Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute & U.N. Messenger of Peace, graciously contributed the foreword for this book where she discusses her and Drew’s shared love of the wildest of places through vivid recollections of her time spent in the most remote of locations. Dr. Goodall is an icon in the world of conservation, and her global efforts to forge meaningful connections between humans and the Earth have and will continue to inspire our generation and those to come.
• Size: 9.5” x 13”
• 224 pages
• 102 Quadtone images
AWARDS & HONORS
3rd Place | International Photo Awards (2021)