Patrick Kingsley is a well-known British journalist as well as a former foreign affairs reporter. Let us learn more about the journalist’s age and wiki-bio details.
Patrick Kingsley is a British journalist residing in Berlin who works as an international reporter for The New York Times.
Previously, the former reporter worked as a foreign correspondent for The Guardian.
Kingsley began working for The Guardian in 2010. In 2015, he was named the paper’s first migration correspondent.
At the 2015 British Journalism Awards, Kingsley was named a foreign affairs journalist for his coverage of the European refugee crisis.
Based on his fieldwork, he wrote ‘The New Odyssey: The Story of Europe’s Refugee Crisis,’ published by Guardian Faber in 2016.
Every few weeks Wasfi al-Garosha walks back to jail in Gaza City, unable to pay his wedding debt.
We walked with him early on a recent morning to see the city through his eyes.
— Patrick Kingsley (@PatrickKingsley) November 2, 2021
Patrick Kingsley Nationality: Where is The Journalist From?
Patrick Kingsley was born in June 1989 in London. The former reporter, Patrick, graduated from the University of Cambridge.
The journalist graduated with a first in English Literature and a journalism diploma from the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
The journalist is a past foreign reporter of the year at the British Journalism Awards and has spoken at Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge universities.
Kingsley joined The New York Times in 2017, first as interim Turkey bureau chief and subsequently, as a travelling Europe reporter, focused on longer-term reporting assignments.
Israel was the poster child for the post-pandemic world.
Now it's in the midst of a 4th wave.
— Patrick Kingsley (@PatrickKingsley) August 19, 2021
Patrick Kingsley Wiki Bio Explored
Patrick Kingsley has been featured on the official Wikipedia page, where we can find some details regarding the journalist.
Kingsley is an award-winning novelist and the New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief. Patrick has reported from over 40 places and has lived in Cairo, Istanbul, and Berlin.
Kingsley is the author of two books and has taught on migration at Harvard, Oxford, and Cambridge universities.
Kingsley is a past Foreign Correspondent of the Year in the United Kingdom.
He began his career with the Times in 2017, initially as the paper’s Turkey bureau chief and subsequently as a roaming international reporter.
An armed drone strike last month on an American military base in southern Syria was an Iranian retaliation for Israeli airstrikes in Syria.@EricSchmittNYT & @ronenbergman reporthttps://t.co/TXmpBCzWj8
— Patrick Kingsley (@PatrickKingsley) November 19, 2021
Patrick Kingsley Net Worth: How Much Does He Make?
Patrick Kingsley’s exact net worth has yet to be revealed as of now. However, the well-reputed journalist is estimated to have a net worth of about $2 million to $5 million.
Patrick formerly reported from around the Middle East for the Guardian for seven years.
He was stationed in Cairo, the Guardian’s Egypt reporter, and subsequently in Istanbul, where he covered the failed coup in 2016.
Kingsley and a colleague did the final interview with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi just days before his overthrow in 2013.
Patrick is a previous Frontline award winner for print journalism and a runner-up in the foreign correspondent category at the British Press Awards.