Patrick Brown 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 prefect marriage of technique and intuition.
Patrick Brown’s images demand involvement and invited contemplation. A finely tuned sensibility to his subject matter creates a prefect balance; the camera, the photographer become almost imperceptible, without every being invasive or distant.
Curator & Arts Writer, Contemporary Art
Australian photographer Patrick Brown he has since made Thailand his base for nearly 20 years, devoting himself to documenting critical issues across the Asia region often ignored by the mainstream media. One of his major 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.
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.
His photographs have graced the pages of numerous publications such as, The New Yorker, TIME, Newsweek, Vanity Fair, National Geographic, Mother Jones, Stern Magazine, Der Spiegel Magazine, Marie Claire, New York Times, Aperture, GEO Germany, International Herald Tribune, plus such origination’s as OXFAM, Human Rights Watch, The Red Cross, and World Vision.
Patrick has been represented by Panos Pictures since 2003
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2019 FotoEvidance Book Award – No Place On Earth
2018 World Press Photo Award: First Prize, General News Singles
2018 World Press Photo, Picture of the Year nominee
2018 Prix Pictet Global Award nominated
2016 Prix Pictet Global Award nominated
2015 Prix Pictet Global Award nominated
2014 AmericanPhoto Best Documentary book of 2014
2012 Prix Pictet Global Award nominated
2009 New York Photographic Book Award, USA
2008 NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism Award, Documentary, USA
2008 NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism Award, Multimedia. USA
2008 Picture of the Year International, Multimedia project, USA
2008 The Society for News, USA
2005 Picture of the Year International, USA
2005 3p Foundation Award, French
2005 Days Japan Award: Jury Award
2005 World Press Photo Award: Second Prize, Category “Nature”
1994 Kodak Australia Award, Perth, Australia
2019 Exodus La Galerie, Alliance Française de Dhaka, Bangladesh.
2018 Exodus River City Photography Gallery, Bangkok Thailand.
2016 The Farmer Becomes the Criminal, HRW, Myanmar Deitta Gallery, Yangoon
2015 HOPE Jam Factory, Bangkok Thailand
2015 Trading to Extinction Soya Sause Factory, Bangkok Thailand
2014 Trading to Extinction Angkor Photo Festival, Cambodia
2014 Trading to Extinction, Obscura Festival, Malaysia
2013 Trading to Extinction, iThink Campaign, Bangkok Thailand
2011 Bengal’s Burden, Foreign Correspondents Club Thailand
2009 Current. Ldymar Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
2007 Current. F-Stop Gallery Bangkok, Thailand
2006 Black Market. Chroniques Nomades, Trouville France
2006 Black Market. fotofreo photo-festival, Fremantle Australia
1998 Five. The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia.
1997 Life Theatre. Royal Perth Hospital Australia
1997 Life Theatre. The Moores Building, Fremantle Australia
1994 Zikomo. The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Austrslia
2014 Trading to Extinction, Panos AGM – London
2014 21 Years PCP Perth Center for Photography, Perth Australia
2010 ANGELS SUICUDE, Athens Photo Festival, Athens Greece.
2009 WILDLIFE. INC, Bangkok Art & Culture Center, Bangkok Thailand
2009 A Day of Change, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo Japan
2009 A Terra: Economia, Conflito E Natureza, Reve!a, Spain
2008 Place and Manners of Worship, The Museum of Byzantine, Macedonia Greece
2007 Act of Faith, Noorderlicth, The Netherlands.
2006 Ecotopia. International Center of Photography, NY USA
2005 Black Market. World Press Photo, 77 exhibitions worldwide.
2001 Border Life. The Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand
1999 Hong Kong Handover. PICA, Perth, Australia
1997 Flow, The Photography Gallery of Western Australia, Perth Australia
1997 True Blue, Fremantle, Australia
1996 The People of Malawi. Margaret River, Australia
1996 Current Flow. Perth, Australia
1994 Tendency. Perth, Australia
No Place On Earth 2019 Foto Evidence New York
World Press Photo, 2018 Schilt Publishing,
Photographers Against Wildlife Crime 2017 Photographers Against Wildlife Crime
Trading to Extinction, Patrick Brown 2014: Dewi Lewis.
Photojournalism, Kobré Ken, 2012: Focal Press USA.
A Retrospective, Reportage 2011: 1999–2009, Momento.
Mercy, James Whitlow Delano 2010: Mado-sha.
This Day of Change, Koga Yoshiaki 2009: Courrier Japan.
Conflito E Natureza, Oleiros 08, 2008: Reve!a.
Act of Faith, Noorderlicth, 2007: Stichting Aurora Borealis.
Photojournalism, Kobré Ken, 2007: Focal Press USA.
The World’s Top Photographers, Steele, Andy 2006: RotoVision.
ECOTOPIA, International Center of Photography 2006: Steidl.
Black Market, Ben Davies 2005: Mandala Publishing
five. Brown, Patrick 1997: Westways Publishing
PROJECTIONS AT PHOTOGRAPHIC FESTIVALS
2014 Darker With the Day, Photographer Asia, Bangkok
2008 Skin and Bone, photozero, Bangkok, Thailand
2006 Black Market. fotofreo photo-festival, Fremantle Australia.
2005 Black Market. The Angkor Photography Festival, Siem Reap Cambodia.
2005 Black Market. World Press Photo, Felix Meritis, Amsterdam Netherlands.
2005 Black Market. Project Reminds, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan.
2004 Reportage: Aceh healing, Sydney, New South Wales, Melbourne Australia.
2004 Visa L’Image: Black Market. Perpignan France.
2003 Reportage: Black Market. Sydney, New South Wales, Melbourne Australia.
2002 Border Life. fotofreo photo-festival, Perth Australia.
2001 Reportage: Vegetarian Festival. Sydney Australia.
2018 World Press Photo Award, Singapore
2018 The Ethical Image, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2018 Danish School of Media and Journalism, Copenhagen Denmark
2018 River City Gallery, Bangkok Thailand
2018 Guest speaker Camera Electronic, Perth Australia
2018 World Press Photo Award, Amsterdam
2016 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2016 Counter Foto, Dhaka Bangladesh
2015 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2015 Silpakorn University, Bangkok Thailand
2014 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2014 Guest lecturer Photographer Asia, Nic Dunlop & Yvan Cohan
2014 Guest lecturer Photographer Asia, Nic Dunlop & Nana Chan
2014 Silpakorn University, Bangkok Thailand
2013 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2013 The International Photographer’s and Writer’s Workshop, Thailand
2012 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2012 ActionAid Workshop, Thailand
2011 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2011 Stream Photo Asia Workshop, Thailand
2011 Danish School of Media and Journalism, Århus Denmark
2010 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2009 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2008 World Press Photo nominating committee for the Joop Swart Masterclass
2008 Nominating committee for the UNICEF photo of the year award
2007 Guest lecturer for James Nachtwey & David Alan Havery for their masterclass, Thailand.
2006 Guest lecture for Jack Picone & Philip Jones Griffiths,for their masterclass, Laos.
2005 Guest lecture for Max Pam, Curtain University Perth Australia.