Patrick holds a Master's degree in Interior Architecture from the Architecture & Interior Design Program at the University of California Los Angeles.  Patrick also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Scenic Design from Boston University's College of Fine Arts and is an allied member of ASID Los Angeles.

Coming from a theatrical background Patrick believes that interiors, though static, should be fluid in their telling a story about the people that live, work, and play in them. In theatrical design you, as a storyteller, must be very versatile and execute the concepts well to make them successful. Versatility is one of Patrick’s strongest qualities as well as internalizing the desires and needs of the client and guiding them to achieve their optimal space.

Patrick is originally from the Southern California area but spent 9 years on the east coast where he began his formal design training studying Scenic Design and Fine art at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts School of Theatre under industry professionals with extensive credits on Broadway and regional houses.

Patrick graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University and moved to NYC where here worked for 5 years designing new plays, new musicals, and painting scenery in Manhattan and the northeast. During his stay in NYC, Patrick was the primary Design Assistant to Tony nominated Set Designer James Noone.

Currently, Patrick works for a high end custom residentail architecture firm based in Beverly Hills/ West Hollywood. He is the head of the Interior Architecture and Interior Design department helping clients desing, source, project manage, and document their projects through the use of, drafting, concept sketches, perspectives, and renderings etc...

 

 
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