As a musician, Patrick “steals the show by demonstrating his formidable prowess as an organist” (Early Music America) and was recognized in The Diapason's Class of 2017 “Twenty Under Thirty” artists setting the pace for the next generation of organ and church music. Patrick was formerly Minister of Music and Organist at the historic parish of Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he led the Chancel Choir and Renaissance Southwest in Morning Eucharist and Choral Evensong and collaborated with various other musical institutions to present choral masterworks by Buxtehude, Britten, Mozart, Vaughan Williams, Vivaldi, etc. While completing doctoral studies at the University of Houston, Patrick founded and for three seasons was Artistic Director of Houston Baroque, which was featured in the Houston Chronicle and performed over twenty concerts at churches throughout Houston. The British Organists' Review commented that Houston Baroque's My Soul Sees and Hears! is “an exuberant album...joyous and often beautiful from start to finish.” In the spring of 2018, Patrick will record songs and sonatas of Josef Rheinberger with mezzo-soprano Katie Polloreno at St. Peter Catholic in Memphis, as well as the complete chorale partitas of J.S. Bach at St. Philip Presbyterian in Houston. 2019 sees recordings of the complete works of Brahms and the complete works of van Eijken. Patrick has performed at major churches and cathedrals throughout the world such as Paris’ Notre Dame and La Madeleine, Amsterdam’s New Church, Leipzig’s St. Michael and Church of the Resurrection, New York’s St. John the Divine and St. Thomas Fifth Avenue, Atlanta's Cathedral of St. Philip, and Houston's Catholic and Episcopal Cathedrals.