Patrick Stevenson remains one of Australia’s most influential and pioneering photographers whose creative aesthetic ushers a profound impact across the music, events, food, travel, lifestyle, portrait, adventure, and events realms. From behind the lens, he has cemented his signature rapport with clients across his well-accomplished and respected career, oozing social charisma and intimate connections with his clients with a vision he is in high demand for. Snapping perfect moments from mosh-pits, to capturing the sheer essence of a brand's core personality, Sydney’s most celebrated photographer has attained a true reputation, seizing his adoration for the art.

With striking authenticity, Pat's artistry has seen him work not only nationally but internationally. He has been flown all over the world by his music and touring clients ranging from RUFUS DU SOL, ODESZA, Flume, Flight Facilities, Hayden James, and Flosstradamus to Running Touch, DMA’s, What So Not, and Alison Wonderland. Sony Music Australia, Spotify, Future Classic, and Australia’s Electronic Music Conference (EMC) have also worked with Pat, making him one of the most highly-demanded photographers in the music and arts industry. Leaning into events and festivals- Lollapalooza, Coachella, Splendour In The Grass, Field Day, Listen Out, Snow Machine, Dream Machine, and Wine Machine have all been iconic clients, binding the perfection he exemplifies in his work. Work in the film and TV sector has also given him that edge, shooting Stan's 'No Activity' as well as ABC’s 'Bondi Hipsters' and 'Soulmates' and Channel 9's 'Here Come The Habibs'.

Across his career, fashion and lifestyle have played a solid role. Having worked with Chanel, Hermes, Ksubi, General Pants, Nike, Adidas, and GHD. This is furthered by his work with high profile brands such as Toyota, Harley Davidson, Ducati, Sydney Film Festival, Thredbo Resort, City of Melbourne’s Moomba, and New Year Festivals. All these collaborations have been executed impeccably by Pat.

Patrick Stevenson's expertise extends to the art of technical photography in the culinary and hospitality realm, marked by his close collaboration with renowned restaurants across Sydney. He has masterfully captured the essence of their food and beverage offerings, as well as the unique ambiance of their venues. Notably, he has worked with several prestigious establishments under the Merivale umbrella, including The Ivy, Coogee Pavilion, Mumu, Totti's, Allianz Stadium & The SCG, Mr Wong, Jimmy's Falafel, and Mimi's, among others. His portfolio also boasts partnerships with highly acclaimed venues like Icebergs Dining Room and Bar and Shell House, showcasing his prowess in the world of culinary and hospitality photography.

In 2019, Pat launched a new artistic initiative, Music Seen, which serves as a platform to highlight local photographers working within the Australian music scene. Taking on the form of an art exhibition, Pat is the curator of a monthly show, selecting 8 images from photographers who excel within the field. Not only does Music Seen showcase local talent, the event also highlights the cultural and social significance of live music within Australia. Running for a month at a time, the selected photographs are displayed at The Lord Gladstone in Chippendale and are available for purchase. Full proceeds from each sale go directly to the charity selected by the exhibiting photographer. Currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pat and the talented photographers who kindly donated their work have raised in excess of $10,000 through the initiative across five exhibitions.

From city to city, Pat has marked the map, going on the road with high-profile brands, artists, and events but also championing illustrious travel photography across the USA, India, Nepal, and Europe. With an effortless yet sublime approach to his craft, Patrick Stevenson truly evokes a synonymous emotive spotlight through his work.
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