Patrick is a curious storyteller who asks a lot of questions, usually while also snacking on something. He's currently working on independent documentary film projects, one on generational trauma and another on queer bodies, nudity and digital media.
He spent two years reporting investigative legal stories for Bloomberg News, and his work has also appeared in Businessweek magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, The New York Times, The Minneapolis Star Tribune and CNN.com.
Patrick grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. He graduated from Yale with a degree in Ethics, Politics and Economics, and from Oxford with a master's in medical anthropology.
In 2009, he spent a summer in Peru’s Callejón de Huaylas region studying local notions of trash and cleanliness. He's also interned for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, where he helped plan the logistics and communications strategy for the Pentagon’s 9/11 remembrance.
He's an avid tennis player and a fledgling hip hop dancer.
Feel free to e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find him on Instagram @patrickglee.