- Patricia O’Driscoll’s extensive background as a visual artist is reflected in the creative dynamism of her photography. For two decades she worked in the Los Angeles area as a freelance photographer capturing a variety of subject matter and imagery. Her passion for shooting music projects began when she was commissioned by noted Disney composer Brahm Wenger to photograph orchestral recording sessions in London, both at legendary Abbey Road Studios, and historic Air Studios.
Now living in Atlanta, Patricia gravitates to the personal side of music, by capturing musicians onstage and behind the scenes. She has assembled a compelling portfolio including American musical icons such as Gregg Allman, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson, Jackson Browne, Steven Tyler and many more. In 2015, Patricia’s photograph of President Jimmy Carter was chosen to adorn his 90th Birthday Card.
Patricia's work has appeared in Billboard Magazine, The New York Times, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, CMT Awards, Relix Magazine, American Blues Scene, American Songwriter, Nashville Arts Magazine and on many other publications and album covers. Her photographs of legendary music artist Gregg Allman were featured in Dan Rather’s fascinating "The Big Interview" on AXS TV. Her photographs of Gregg Allman have become a part of his legacy and are hung at The Big House museum in Macon, Georgia.