Patrick Winn is an award-winning American journalist who covers crime in Southeast Asia. He has received the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award as well as a prestigious National Press Club award. He is a two-time winner of Amnesty International’s Human Rights Press Awards.
His work has been appeared on NBC News, the Atlantic, the BBC and other outlets.
Winn is currently the Asia correspondent for Public Radio International, appearing on PRI’s The World, a co-production with the BBC. Each week, his voice is heard by millions on NPR stations in America.
Winn has also worked as an expert consultant for CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown — most notably on its Emmy-winning debut episode filmed in Myanmar.
Fluent in Thai, Winn has has lived in Bangkok since 2008. Hello, Shadowlands, his book on organised crime in Southeast Asia, was published by Icon Books in 2018.
For more information visit patrickwinnonline.com.