Patrick began his acting journey fresh out of the womb at six months old when he was the Baby Jesus in the local school nativity play. His passion was sparked, and Patrick avidly pursued dance, drama, and musical theatre in his hometown of the Gold Coast, performing in any drama and dance eisteddfod, musical or choir he could. Patrick performed in a variety of amateur and semi-professional shows including Spotlight Theatrical Company’s Kinky Boots (dir. Katie Grace), and an SEQ festival tour of Moonlight Ensemble’s original The Last Letters of Captain Moonlight (dir. Bradley Chapman).
Upon graduating high school, Patrick began his training at Actors Centre Australia where he has refined his skills through his roles as Hamlet in Hamlet, Dennis Shepard, Moises Kaufman and others in The Laramie Project, Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night, George Etherege in The Libertine, Stevie in The Boys, Ronald in The Business and Simeon in The Seagull.
During his studies at ACA, Patrick also worked as a Visual Designer for New Theatre’s Breaking the Code (dir. Anthony Skuse), a dancer in the Mardis Gras show Daddy (dir. Adam Cook) and co-starred in Glasshouse Production’s upcoming queer short Reverie (dir. Eric C Nash).
Through his acting on both stage and screen, and his work as a photographer and visual artist, Patrick is deeply driven to have a voice for those who are not heard.