Born and bred in Kent Patrick started his career like most budding chefs washing pots at the local pub at the age of 15. At 18 Patrick went on to study at Westminster Catering College while working at Thackeray’s at the same time, not only honing his technical ability but also gaining invaluable vocational experience.
Patrick joined Thackeray’s as a commis back in January 2010 at 18 years of age under the guidance of Head Chef Chris Bower, quickly working his way up the ranks and after one year at Thackeray’s he went to sister restaurant The Hengist as Senior Chef de Partie. After 6 months he was promoted to Chef de Tornant of the group roaming around all four sites at the time. Patrick returned back to Thackeray’s full time in September 2011 when he was soon made Sous Chef in spring of 2012 at the age of 21, and was part of the team who won the Michelin star in the autumn. Working under Daniel Hatton for another 2 years as sous chef then departing in the summer of 2014 to further his experience. He landed his first head chef role later that year and honed his skills to then return back to Thackerays in Jan 2017 to head up the kitchen and back to his old stomping ground!