Photojournalism Lecture with Patrick Brown


Fri 29 June 2018

2PM - 4PM, Free, Registration is Required

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If you have aspirations of being a professional photographer or an enthusiastic amateur, you will not want to miss Australian photographer Patrick Brown's lecture.

Join Patrick this Friday and discover his journey over the last 24 years of outstanding and published career, including insight to the image that recently received 1st prize in the General News – Singles category from the WORLD PRESS 2018 AWARDS.

RCB Forum, 2nd Floor River City Bangkok, Free Admission

Workshop given in English. Limited availability so registration is required.
Send us a message via Facebook Messenger to reserve seat(s).

About Patrick Brown:
The Australian photographer moved to Thailand in 1999. Currently on assignment covering the Rohingya refugee crisis at Cox’s Bazar, Patrick is back in Bangkok for this week only for the opening of EXODUS, an exhibition showing his work for UNICEF. After 5 years of being a professional photographer in Perth and already winning awards at a young age, the thrill of photojournalism was calling and he moved to Asia where there was always an intriguing story to be told. Patrick’s passion that these stories be seen by the world, combined with his enthusiasm for photography, have allowed him to live his dream of being a professional photographer.

He is the recipient of the 3P Photography Award, World Press Award, Days Japan Award, Picture of the Year Award, New York Photography Book Award and NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism Award for his work. His work has been exhibited at prestigious galleries and museums, including The International Centre of Photography in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Tokyo, and Visa Pout L’Image in France. His photographs have graced the pages of numerous publications such as The New Yorker, TIME, Stern Magazine, Der Spiegel Magazine, Marie Claire, New York Times, Aperture, Geo Germany, International Herald Tribune, plus organisations such as OXFAM, Human Rights Watch, The Red Cross, and World Vision. Patrick has been represented by the prestigious agency PANOS PICTURES since 2003 and continues to cover social issues that are often forgotten by the mainstream media today.

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