The National Portrait Gallery London, Portrait Gala 2014.
I was very excited to be invited by the NPG to donate a portrait to raise money as part of their Portrait Gala.
To read more and see the wonderful Mystery Portrait Postcards follow the link
Pan Reposed featured in Port Magazine June issue and on their website.
To view the feature on line follow the link
My series In Sight Of My Skin has just received first prize at The International Photography Awards 2013, fine art nude series.
To read more about the IPA NYC follow the link
My portrait Lynne, Brighton has been awarded second prize at The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2012 at
The National Portrait Gallery, London.
The exhibition runs from
8th November 2012-17th February 2013.
"The second prize-winner, Jennifer Pattison’s image is fantastic – I remember very vividly when we were judging that someone made the remark that the thing that really stands out is the chipped mug. It catches your eye, and it’s a completely secondary matter that she is not wearing any clothes". The nakedness is so incidental - you’re simply drawn to her expression and her character.
Sandy Nairn, Director National Portrait Gallery
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Painted Faces in Front of the Moon
7th - 28th February 2012
Painted Faces in Front of the Moon is a collaboration between photographer Jennifer Pattison and Face-painter Natalie Sharp to explore the monochrome face of beauty. Moonlight is neither light nor dark but rather a time that exists in limbo between sleep and wake, between reality and make-believe. It is full of mystery and ambiguity; it’s the time when magic happens.
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