Patrick grew up in the Greater Montreal area until he joined the military at the age of 16. He graduated from the Royal Military College of Canada in 2006 at the age of 21 with a degree in Military Strategic Studies. He served in the Canadian Forces until 2009, when he was forced to end his military service early due to an injury. Following his medical release, he pursued a career in a leadership role with Service Canada until 2012.
That year, Patrick started a new career in real estate as a Sales Representative for another company in Gatineau and became part of the National Military Relocation Network (NMRN). After 8 years in the business on the Quebec side, he decided to expand his horizons and took the interprovincial challenge exam. Following his success, Patrick decided to join the Engel & Völkers Ottawa Central team. That same year, Patrick decided to also join the Engel & Völkers Outaouais brokerage in order to represent one brand on both sides of the Ottawa river. His expertise in regards to the business of real estate combined with the Engel & Völkers brand were a natural fit to take his career to the next level.
Patrick continues to have ties with active military members through his network of friends and fellow RMC graduates. Every year, he represents the National Military Relocation Network by participating in the Remembrance Day parade in Aylmer and donates to various charities in support of military families.