Since graduation from Brunel University, Drew has: been selected for BBC’s New Talent Hotlist 2017; won a Film London Borough Award for a short film she wrote and directed; had her work selected for BFI Network's Best of 2016 list; taken part in the prestigious Channel Four Screenwriting Course, in which 12 writers were commissioned to write an original TV pilot and bible; been shortlisted for Writers' Couch, an initiative run by Cascade Pictures to discover new writing talent; and also taken part in the BBC DOCTORS new writers scheme. In addition, her scripts have attracted talent such as David Gyasi (Interstellar), who was attached to her TV pilot script CEREBRIS.

In production, Drew worked for IMG and MTV, as well as various independent production companies, before she went on to become a freelance video producer creating videos for clients such as Transport for London, the British Equestrian Federation and the charity Lantra. Drew also created, directed and produced an online cooking show (7 x episodes), a project that was partnered by The Big Lunch and gained an online audience in the UK, Europe and USA; and has recently completed a sci-fi short called LOVE ROBOT. Drew is currently in pre-production on her next two shorts BECOMING BRIE, a dark comedy about a serial killer, and CORPUPIA, a sci-fi short about the interrogation of an alien undercover agent.

Drew is represented by agent The Artists Partnership in the UK and management company Elevate Entertainment in Los Angeles.