PATRICK WATERHOUSE (b.1981, United Kingdom) is COLORS' the editor-in-chief. In 2011, Waterhouse developed a new editorial direction for COLORS in terms of concept and design, creating the Survival Guides, a series with an interlinking narrative structure.
He has produced a variety of work in many different media including drawings, photography, prints and artists books, notably a fully-illustrated version of Dante’s Inferno. Since 2008 he has also been working with Michael Subotsky on Ponte City, a long term project that obtained the Discovery Award of the 2011 Rencontres d’Arles Photography Festival. His work has been exhibited at numerous venues including the South African National Gallery, Goodman Gallery Cape Town, Art Basel, The Design Museum London, LE BALL, Maison Rouge Paris, The Walther Collection, ICP New York and the Liverpool and Lubumbashi Biennials.