Growing up in the Norwegian city of Trondheim, Patrick took on his first operatic role at the age of 19. He appeared as the 2. Geharnischter in Trondheim Music Theatre's production of "Die Zauberflöte". Afterward, he studied at the HfM "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin and the National Opera Academy in Oslo (KhiO). There, he sang roles including Don Alfonso, Eugen Onegin, Betto, Papageno, Albert, Mozart's Figaro, and Count Almaviva. In 2013, at the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, Patrick premiered the role of The Operator in "Ad Undas - Solaris Korrigert" by Øyvind Mæland. In 2012, he performed as Zoroastro in Händel's "Orlando" at Åmot Operagard.
During his time as a bass, he performed roles like Sciarrone, Zuniga, Angelotti, and Marullo with companies including RingsakerOperaen, Opera Østfold, Opera, and Grange Park Opera. He also portrayed Sam in Bernstein's "Trouble in Tahiti" at the Oslo Opera Festival.
Patrick has been an active concert and church music soloist. He has performed with orchestras such as Romerrike Symfoniorkester and Oslo Symfoniorkester. Additionally, he's given several solo concerts at the Norwegian National Opera & Ballet, the Oslo Opera Festival, and the Copenhagen Jazz Festival. He has collaborated with conductors and directors like Amy Lane, Natascha Metherell, Jack Furness, Daniel Slater, Cameron Burns, Toby Purser, Gianluca Marciano, Martin Duncan, and Robert Reimer.
After relocating to Copenhagen, Patrick performed roles like Silvio, Tonio (from "Pagliacci"), and Marco (from "Gianni Schicchi") with Søholm Opera and the Copenhagen Opera Festival.
In February 2023, Patrick debuted as Conte di Luna in Verdi's "Il trovatore" with Operaen i Kristiansund in Norway.
Additionally, Patrick co-founded and produces for Operakollektivet, an opera company aimed at creating new operas with relatable subjects and a satirical edge. Their first opera, "Team Player" with text by Oda Fiskum and music by Gísli J. Grétarsson, premiered in 2016, where Patrick played the role of Boss. Their upcoming opera, "Systemet", focuses on the Scandinavian welfare system and will premiere in Trondheim in collaboration with Opera Trøndelag in October 2023. This opera will also be showcased at the Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik durin