BFA, Film & Video Production | Oklahoma City University
Patrick's first film was a sophomore year high school class project that involved killer ants, a dating show, ferrets, Vlad the Impaler, and pizza. Patrick hopes this film is lost to humanity forever.
Nearly 20 years later, Patrick is still making films but now he does it for businesses, organizations, and non-profits as well as award-winning narrative films on the side.
Over nearly half a decade of study, Patrick learned from notables such as Fritz Kiersch, director of Children of the Corn, and Gray Fredrickson, producer of the Godfather Trilogy. Patrick has worked locally in the Oklahoma City market as a grip, camera operator, and editor. He has directed a number of short films and commercial projects and aspires to do more.
When not in the editing suite or on set, Patrick can be found relaxing at local sporting events or playing a round of golf. Patrick also experiments with cooking and can make a mean batch of tacos. He's also getting the hang of slow-cooking ribs & brisket. Among things he still would like to accomplish, Patrick hopes to fly to the moon one day and get into an old fashioned pistols at dawn duel; preferably both at the same time.
There are a couple ways to get a hold of Patrick.
The first way is go down to the wharf and find a bar called One Legged Pete's. Order a rusty nail from the bartender and tell him after your second sip you once knew a woman named Roberta. He'll tell you to head to the back and knock three times on the door at the end of the hallway. The password is 'turtledove'.
Now, you'll have the pleasure of meeting One Legged Pete himself.
DON'T look him in the eye.
DON'T ask about the leg.
DON'T ask him what happened to his other eye.
DO take a swig from the jug of rot-gut moonshine he hands you.