A Brazilian / British citizen, Patricia Gomes has worked as a multimedia journalist for over two decades. She was a producer, cinematographer, and video journalist for several Brazilian and international broadcasters, including, Rede Bandeirantes, TV Cultura, Rede Globo de Televisão, Rede Record and UNTV (United Nations Television - World Food Program).
Award-winning producer of documentaries and special reports, Patricia's work has been honored by the International Emmy Award, EFE Award (Spanish News Agency), the Ayrton Senna Journalism Award, the Vladimir Herzog Human Rights Prize, the New York Festival Award and It's All True/É Tudo Verdade - Latin America's premier documentary award. Throughout her career as international correspondent, Patricia produced programs about nomadic women of Mauritania (part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, NY – MoMA), "honor" crimes on the Turkish-Syrian border, and on Syrian refugees in Iraq.
For nine years she was a correspondent, based in London, for Record TV (Brazil) covering Europe and the Middle East. She produced coverage on terrorist attacks and conflict in the UK, Israel, Palestine, France and Russia. She worked on major global sport events such as the 2012 London Olympics and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil (for Al Jazeera TV).
In 2013, Patricia wrote, produced and published the photo book "Doors and Locks of Ktima, Paphos - Cyprus''.
Patricia has a vast experience in working on journalism for social media and other digital platforms, including the website Terra and international correspondent for the Iranian website IranWire.
She is a volunteer translator for the Brazilian NGO RioOnWatch.
Since 2016 she works as a researcher of historical documentaries at the National Archives (London). She is a mobile journalist at the Stringr image agency (New York) and directs the multimedia production company PRG2 Pictures in London.