Patrick Llewellyn

Senior Photographic Editor

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
  • AvailabilityCurrently available for full time and freelance jobs.

About me


Patrick Llewellyn studied art foundation at Camberwell College Of Art, as well as product design & engineering at The University of Central England, before going on to complete a Bsc in Psychology at Royal Holloway, University Of London. Having worked as a photographic archivist, Patrick began working as a freelance picture researcher in 2002. During this time he worked on many of the UK's national newspaper titles. Just over a year later he joined The Sunday Times Magazine where he worked as the assistant picture editor for seven years. Patrick then moved to Ink Publishing, overseeing 21 global titles before joining the Reportage team as senior photo editor in 2012. Reportage by Getty Images showcases some of the world’s finest photojournalism. Since its launch, in 2007, the highly talented photographers we work with have won practically every major award in the industry, worked on assignment for the world’s leading editorial publications, and their success grows year after year.



  • Commercial Photography
  • Photojournalism
  • Picture Editing
  • Fine Art
  • Documentary
  • Editorial
  • Picture Agencies
  • Photoshop
  • Digital Asset Management
  • Picture Research
  • Picture Books
  • Photo Essay
  • Photo Editor
  • Picture Budgets
  • Picture Composition

Work history


Managing Editor

Getty Images Reportage

Apr 2012
  • London, UK
  • Full Time
  • Overseeing the core roster of world renowned and award winning photojournalists. Commercial and editorial agent.


Picture Editor

Ink Publishing

Jul 2011 - Mar 2012
  • London, UK
  • Full Time
  • Overseeing the photographic content of 21 titles.


Assistant Photo Editor

The Sunday Times Magazine

Jul 2004 - Nov 2011
  • London, UK
  • Full Time


Picture Researcher


Jan 2003 - Jun 2004
  • Freelance
  • Working all major UK newspaper titles as well as IPC Magazines



BSc Psychology

University of London

Sep 1998 - Jul 2001
  • Psychology


Art and Design Foundation

University of the Arts, London

Sep 1996 - Jul 1997