For years, Patrick has been one of the best-kept secrets in the publishing world.
As an Executive Editor for Oxford University Press, Shanghai, he edited and wrote material for a number of best-selling ELT textbooks currently used in Chinese public schools. His work as an Editor for Better Link Press includes Lu Xun's Shaoxing, Dunhuang Mogao Grottos, Scenes along the River during the Qingming Festival, and the Snapshots of a New China series. As a photographer, he contributed photos to A Walkers' Guide to Old Western Landmarks in Shanghai. Finally, as an author, he wrote Exploring Xinjiang: An American Family's Journey to the West.
Now, after many years living in China, Patrick has returned to his second home, Japan, and is pursuing freelance work. The important point is that he is a secret no longer, and he wants to connect with you. Think of him as the literary equivalent of the A-Team, without the van, and with an inverted Mohawk. If you have enough money, and you can discover how to reach him, he is your man. Discretion guaranteed.