Patrick Brown’s images are testament to his remarkable versatility of approach and commitment to the profession.
Patrick has assembled an impressive volume of outstanding photographs, tracing the eclecticisms of our time across the globe. Faultless in the portrayal of the human condition, hopes, and disillusionment, the everyday and the extraordinary are captured in the instinctive and the single releases of the shutter.
An ongoing journey of discovery, Patrick’s subjects as well as the process of photography are imbued with the freshness and the enthusiasm animated by the perfect marriage of technique and intuition.
Patrick Brown’s images demand involvement and invited contemplation. A finely tuned sensibility to his subject matter creates a perfect balance; the camera, the photographer become almost imperceptible, without every being invasive or distant.
Curator & Arts Writer, Contemporary Art
Patrick has devoting himself to documenting critical issues around the world often ignored by the mainstream media. His groundbreaking project on the illegal trade in endangered animals won a World Press Photo Award in 2004 and a multimedia award from POYi in 2008. Continuing to work on the subject, his book ‘Trading to Extinction’ was nominated in the 10 best photo documentary books of 2014 by AmericanPhoto.
His work has been exhibited internationally and is held in private collections. Patrick is the recipient of the 2019 FotoEvidence Book Award and World Press Photo Award 2018, 3P Photographer Award, Days Japan Award, Picture Of The Year Award, and NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism Award for his work. His work has been exhibited at the International Centre of Photography in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Tokyo, and Visa pour l’Image in France.
Patrick is a regular contributor to a wealth of publications, including, The New Yorker, TIME, Newsweek, Vanity Fair, National Geographic, Mother Jones, Stern Magazine, Der Spiegel Magazine, Marie Claire, New York Times, Aperture, GEO Germany, plus such origination’s as UNIECF, OXFAM, Human Rights Watch, The Red Cross, and World Vision.
Patrick has been represented by Panos Pictures since 2003
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