Drew Berry (born 1970 in the United States) is a biomedical animator at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne, Australia. His scientifically accurate and aesthetically rich visualizations are elucidating cellular and molecular processes for a wide range of audiences. His animations have been shown in exhibitions, multimedia programs and television shows, and have received international recognition including an Emmy (2005) and a BAFTA Award (2004).
Since 1995, Berry has been a biomedical animator at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. His 3D and 4D animations have focussed on explaining cellular and molecular processes relevant to research conducted at the institute, in fields including molecular biology, malaria, cell death, cancer biology, hematology and immunology.
Berry's animations have received many awards and commendations. His animations which formed part of Harold Varmus' 'Genes and Jazz' presentation were described by The New Yorker as "astonishingly beautiful". In 2009 American Scientist stated "The admirers of Drew Berry... talk about him the way Cellini talked about Michelangelo." In 2010, the New York Times claimed “If there is a Steven Spielberg of molecular animation, it is probably Drew Berry”
After collaborating with Berry for the Biophilia animated music app, the musician Björk described Berry as “someone who has made scientifically correct animation of DNA… on this project, he has crossed the line beautifully into the artistic realm where he has animated gorgeous DNA but added some poetic licence... he truly has brought magic to our insides, and shows us that we don’t have to look far for the miracle of nature, it is right inside us!” 
Awards and Recognition
2004- BAFTA award for DNA Interactive DVD, UK 2004
2003- “DNA” project Channel 4, PBS and American Museum of Natural History; Five episode “DNA” documentary series, “DNA: The Secret of Life” museum film, “DNAi” DVD, DNAi.org online education portal 
2003- “oZone” Cinema of Tomorrow Experimental Digital Media Art Festival, Pompidou Centre Paris, France
2003- International Genetics Congress 2003 opening ceremony performance, Melbourne, Australia
2003-04- Australian Centre for the Moving Image Federation Square ‘Transfigure’ exhibition, Australia
2004-05- Museum of Modern Art (New York) ‘Premieres’ exhibition
2004-05- Queensland Art Gallery “The Nature Machine” exhibition, Brisbane, Australia
2004-2006- National Academy of Sciences Koshland Science Museum, USA
2005- Moving Image Centre “Transfigure” exhibition, Auckland, New Zealand