I’ve been blessed with a career that has taken me around our precious and diverse planet a few times to tell stories from coffee farmers in remote Rwanda and indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon to Grammy-winning musicians and thoughts leaders across the United States.”
— Patricia Alvarado Nuñez
Bali, Indonesia 2015

Bali, Indonesia 2015


Patricia Alvarado Núñez has produced over 90 hours of TV programming, including numerous award-winning documentaries, on-location and studio-based programs, and music specials with renown Grammy and Oscar award-winning musicians, including Paquito D’Rivera, Chucho Valdés, Danilo Pérez, Los Lonely BoysRubén Blades, Willie Colónand Gustavo Santaolalla.

She was the series producer for WGBH’s La Plaza, one of the longest-running Latino series on public television, and for Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One and Neighborhood Kitchens. She produced an episode for the PBS Kid’s series Postcards from Buster and co-produced with Adriana Bosch a film for the American Experience series, Fidel. Patricia is the co-executive producer and producer of the local series Sing That Thing!, a choral competition that celebrates the diversity and joy of singing. She is also the co-executive producer and producer of Stories from the Stage, which is currently broadcasting nationally on PBS.

 In addition to her broadcast series, Patricia has worked on numerous digital projects, including Living with My Type2, a pbs.org website for teens with diabetes, and Mango Blue, apple.com’s first bilingual interactive quicktime feature.  Her work has been honored with many awards, including: two Telly’s, two CINE Golden Eagles, ten New England Emmys and an Imagen Award.

Patricia is originally from Panama City, Republic of Panama.  She started her television career at Panama’s public television network (Canal Once) producing an environmental documentary series that broadcast throughout Latin America.  After a media fellowship with Televisión Española (RTVE) in Madrid, Spain, Patricia immigrated to the United States and earned a master degree from Emerson College. She has traveled to over 30 countries and is an Ikebana artist and published photographer.  


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Haystack Rock, Oregon Coast, 2016

Haystack Rock, Oregon Coast, 2016


Inspired by legends such as Mario Testino, Steve Mccarty, Yousuf Karsh, Alfred Stieglitz and others.  Still images continue to inspire me as this visual medium dominates our social conversations.

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Sing That Thing, WGBH-Boston Studios 2017

Sing That Thing, WGBH-Boston Studios 2017


I've worked on a wide range of projects from developing Emmy-Award winning television series to producing social media and higher education campaigns.

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