In 2014 Drew received a Leo Award for Best Student Production in British Columbia for his short film, Backward Fall (2013), which was soon after acquired for broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Drew went on to accept a fellowship from the American Film Institute Conservatory (AFI), where in 2016 he received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Film Directing. Three of the films that Drew directed at AFI are nominated for Emmys in the 2017 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences College Television Awards: Dollar King (2016), Lost Chocolate: A Skateboard Story (2016), and The Plumber (2016).
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