Meet Patrick

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About Patrick

Originally born in Pocatello, Idaho Patrick spent most of his early childhood moving back and forth across the country, but once his family moved to Tallahassee they knew they had found their home. In school Patrick was a part of choir, theatre, and film projects which eventually culminated in graduating from college in Theatre and Media Arts. He just recently moved back to Tallahassee with his wife and daughter and they’re ready to celebrate being home.

Some fun facts about Patrick

  • Patrick has appeared in nationally broadcast television commercials.
  • Patrick’s first kiss with his wife happened as he played a song he wrote for her.
  • Patrick started to learn guitar, but then decided the ukulele was much more awesome.

What is your favorite song to play while DJing?

Uptown Funk

What was the first album you ever owned?

I think it may have been the single for All My Life by K-Ci & JoJo. I’ve always been super romantic.

What is your favorite album of all time?

This is like asking a fat kid what’s his favorite flavor of cake. Too many to choose, fluctuates too often. Ask me in person and I’ll tell you some of my latest faves!

How does your performance reflect your unique personality and/or background?

I love being on stage and having a great time. I’ve studied what it takes to be both in front of the lights and behind them so I know how to make things look and feel fantastic while making sure everyone is entertained at the same time.

What has been your most memorable wedding experience so far?

My most memorable wedding experience was probably the reception at my own wedding. The DJ did a great job finding a way to get everyone on the dance floor; my mom, my wife, my brother, everyone. It was one of the best parts of the night… and that’s saying something ;)

What song is cued up on your phone/iPod right now?

“Shut Up and Dance” by Walk the Moon

Anything else you’d like to say?

Ever since I could drive my own car, my absolute favorite thing in the world is to roll the windows down, turn up the music, and dance. It’s the only way to live.

Oh, and there’s this!