Patricia Evans is a photographer based in Chicago. In recent years, she has documented the construction of Chicago’s Millennium Park and the final years of high-rise public housing.

She has exhibited and published widely. Her work includes a photo essay on Gypsy families in France, a series of portraits of mothers and daughters, and a study of storefront churches on the South Side of Chicago. Her series on sexual assault, an installation of twenty-five photographs, is in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography.

Her photographs appear regularly on the websites The View From The Ground and Voices and Faces. She is working on a book on the building of Millennium Park.