Adam Patterson is a director and photographer. 

Originally working as a documentary photographer Adam covered hard-hitting health and social issues such as drug addiction and teen gangs. Resulting work was published in iconic publications such as Time magazine and The Guardian and is exhibited globally. 

In 2015 he shot a 1 hour BBC Panorama special following Syrian refugees 1500 miles from Greece to Austria. “Europe’s Border Crisis: The Long Road” was fronted by veteran journalist John Sweeney. Other recent films include producing a film in Iran for Channel 4 foreign affairs strand Unreported World and most recently producing “Belfast Buds” – a hard hitting observational film about prescription drug addiction for BBC 3. 

In 2017 he won a silver award for directing at the Kinsale Shark awards in Ireland. He has made several short films and frequently produces content for NGOs and corporations across Africa.