Patrick has worked as a professional exhibition and graphic designer for over 13 years. In 2016 he left his position as senior designer for the National Geographic Museum to start his own design business. Since that time he has taken on the creative direction of three bilingual international exhibits along with a wide range spacial designs, branding projects and custom fabrications. During his time with National Geographic he designed graphics and promotional materials for over 60 in-house and traveling exhibits, ranging from information kiosks to touring exhibitions. These exhibits include Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants – 6,000 sq. ft. science driven with video, interactives; Terra Cotta Warriors: Guardians of China’s First Emperor – 6,000 sq. ft. artifacts driven with video, interactives and Crittercam: The World through Animal Eyes – 6,000 sq. ft. science driven with video, interactives and artifacts.
Patrick is well versed in all aspects of exhibition creation and design. And has experience managing and art directing a wide variety of vendors, artists and fabricators involved in exhibition creation including the development of tactile and digital interactives.
Solo work: Patrick has a passion for all forms of art and works in a wide variety of media including; HDU Foam (custom signage & fabrication), woodwork and carving, clay sculpture, kiln-fired glass techniques, painting and illustration.
• 2016 Communication Arts Award, Illustration Annual, Art Direction
• 2011 Winner of artistic bike rack design competition held by DC Golden Triangle BID
• 2009 Aep Award for Article Design, Facing The Lion, Extreme Explorer 3/2008
• 2008 Beacon Award Finalist, National Geographic Extreme Explorer Pilot Issue