Patrick is a Research Assistant in the AML and graduated from the Masters of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design. His work in the AML focuses on additive manufacturing, custom agent contouring, tool making, and is currently moving towards work in real-time robotics and computer vision. In his second year he received the Kanter-Tritsch Prize in Energy and Architectural Innovation, among several others including the T-Square Fellowship, the Van Alen Traveling Fellowship, the Dales Fellowship, and the Schenk-Woodman Merit Award. He graduated with the Arthur Spayd Brooke Memorial Silver Medal. His current personal work focuses on architectural surveying of the art nouveau and the development of 3D Generative Adversarial Networks.