Patricia Pettitt is a photographer working in fine art and fashion and currently based in Porto.

Born in Portugal in 1980, Patricia started her career as a dancer and worked with dance theatre companies around Europe and the UK where she lived until 2015.

Patricia’s journey into the photography world started in 2018 with various photography courses at Instituto de Produção Cultural e Imagem (IPCI) where she gained a Masters in Artistic Photography in October 2020.

Her photographic language relies strongly on her experience as a performer. In her personal projects, Patricia works primarily with self-portraiture to illustrate scenes that explore our human sensibilities, through staged stories presented as film stills or dramatic images that create a visual dialogue between the viewer and the artist.


2022 - LensCulture Black & White Awards, Editor’s Pick
2021 - LensCulture Black & White Awards, Editor’s Pick
2021 - 16th Julia Margeret Cameron Awards, Honourable Mention (Self-Portrait)
2021 - LensCulture Critic’s Choice Awards, Editor’s Pick
2021 - LensCulture Home Awards, Editor’s Pick
2021 - Fine Art Photography Awards (FAPA), Honourable Mention
2021 - Tokyo International Foto Awards, Honorable Mention
2021 - LensCulture Art Awards, Editor’s Pick
2020 - Budapest International Foto Awards, Bronze Award
2020 - Finalist of the Open Doors Gallery competition entitled HOME


ARTDOC Photography Magazine issue #3 Voice of Nature
ADFPhoto, critique by Francisco González Fernández
Clavoardiendo Magazine
Achtung Magazine
La Voz de Galicia, critique by Tareixa Taboada
La Region, critique by Xabier Limia de Gardón
ARTDOC Photography Magazine, Hall of Mirrors
The Eye of Photography
Jornal de Notícias by Catarina Ferreira



2021/22 - Espazo de Arte Roberto Verino, Ourense, Galicia - Labirinto de Espellos (Hall of Mirrors) curated by VItor Nieves


2022 - Artdoc Art Exhibition
2021 - IPCI Galery, Lisbon - Alegria Lab
2020 - PB27 Gallery, Porto- Alegria Lab
2020 -  Open Doors Gallery - HOME

© Patricia Pettitt 2022
© Patricia Pettitt 2022