Patrick is an arts professional, researcher, and curator with an interest in developing deep, historically- and politically-informed understandings of design and public space. At Storefront for Art and Architecture, Patrick serves as Development and Communications Associate, aiding in the coordination of fundraising and outreach across all areas of Storefront’s programming and operations.
He has extensive experience in arts administration and curatorial programming, and has worked in communications and curatorial roles in various New York arts institutions, including Art in General, Creative Time, and the Invisible Dog Art Center, as well as at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in DC. As an independent curator and researcher, Patrick’s focus is in political ecology and historiography; in particular, how creative practices and landscape interpretation can aid in understanding long-term ecological, economic, and political changes. He has organized numerous exhibitions and public programs throughout New York, and was a 2015-2017 Curatorial Fellow at SVA’s MA Curatorial Practice program. Patrick received his BA (cum laude) in English Literature and Environmental Studies from New York University.