Patricia Niven

Patricia dropped out of a photography degree at the Queensland College of Art in 1994 and ran off to explore the photography industry in Sydney.  
In 1997 she arrived in London and likes it too much to leave.

Agencies: 
AfroditiKrassa, Bandstand, BBH London, BOB Design, DKC, dn&co, Gemma Bell PR, iris London, Portas, Proximity London, Story PR, Thumbcrumble

Brands:
Agent Provocateur, Battersea Arts Centre, #CookforSyria, Eurostar, Habitat, Hermès, Old El Paso, Rude Health, Sony, V&A Museum

Editorial: 
FEED Magazine (Istanbul), Financial Times Magazine, Gourmet Traveller (Australia), Grazia, The Guardian Weekend Magazine, Huck, The Independent on Saturday, The Observer Food Monthly,  The Wall Street Journal (Europe), The White Review, WISH Magazine in The Australian

Publishers:
Hachette, Hardie Grant, Saltyard Books, Suitcase (#CookforSyria Book)

Restaurants:
Anchor & Hope, Bibendum, Corazón, du Fermier, Frescobaldi, Great Queen Street, Harry's Bar, Honey & Co., Honey & Smoke, Magdalen Arms, Merchants Tavern, Mirror Room at the Rosewood London, Portland, Redemption Bar, Riverford at The Duke of Cambridge, St. JOHN Restaurant & Bakery, The Club at The Ivy, The Quality Chop House, The Seaside Boarding House, SHOT, Yosma

Awards & Acknowledgements include:
2017 Shortlisted, Pink Lady Food Photography Awards, 'Production Paradise Food off the Press' category
2016 Shortlisted, Pink Lady Food Photography Awards, 'Cream of the Crop' category
2015 Winner, Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards: Best Cookery Book (Honey & Co. cookbook)
2015 Second, Pink Lady Food Photography Awards, 'Social Media' category
2014 The Sunday Times Food Book of the Year (Honey & Co. cookbook)
2012 Shortlisted, The 1000 Words Award, London
2004 Exhibitor, Schweppes (now Taylor Wessing) Portrait Award, The National Portrait Gallery

Patricia's images have been exhibited in solo and group shows in London (EXHIBIT, Foto8, Kemistry, Mall Galleries, National Portrait Gallery,
V&A Museum), Liverpool, Portsmouth, Paris and Sydney and her work is in private collections in the UK, US and New Zealand.

She is a frequent contributor to the daily London blog Spitalfields Life. You may view all stories with her images here.