Patricia studied Arts and Design in Barcelona. Afterwards, she completed two postgraduate programs at the prestigious Blanquerna University. After a decade working in several award-winning agencies, she decided to pursue directing in the States. She attended the NYFA in New York and UCLA later on. She lives in Los Angeles now and has recently obtained her dual citizenship.
Currently, Patricia works as a commercial and branded content director for clients like UGG, Hallmark, Netflix and Harley Davidson. Her work has featured names like Chrissy Teigen and Angela Lindvall.
Patricia also writes and directs independent narrative projects. Her first short film, “Emma’s Prize”, premiered at the Oscar-qualifying Los Angeles International Short Film Fest and was showcased in several more festivals. "Streetlights", her most recent short film starring child actor Paul-Mikel Williams (“Westworld”, “The 15:17 to Paris”), is in the festivals' circuit.
Patricia was recently selected as one of the filmmakers to participate in the 2018 Werner Herzog Filmmaking Workshop in Peru organized by The Black Factory Cinema. For then days, the filmmakers will be submerged in the Peruvian jungle where they will be making a short film under the guidance of Werner Herzog. Her series pitch “This Is Not The End” was also finalist of the 2017 Sundance YouTube New Voices Lab and her short film script "T.O.D (Time Of Death)" was quarter finalist of the 2017 Fall ScreenCraft Film Fund and will be filmed later this year. She is also an active member of Women In Film and Alliance of Women Directors.
At present, Patricia is in the development stages of her first narrative feature, based on her short film "Streetlights".