Patrick always knew he wanted to pursue a career in entertainment. From an early age, any time he visited the theater, it was what happened behind the scenes that captured his imagination most. That imagination led him to Florida, where he studied Filmmaking at one of the world’s leading film schools, Full Sail University. He went on to work at various levels of production in Los Angeles before founding C1 Entertainment in 2006.

He has since traveled the world, capturing stories from the poorest villages to the glitziest cities – wherever the story takes him. He has learned under some of the most groundbreaking filmmakers in the business, including Producer Hunt Lowry (Last of the Mohicans, Donnie Darko), Oscar nominated Director Tom Neff and Director Lee Toland Krieger (Celeste and Jesse Forever, The Age of Adaline). 


Barry Rubinow is a highly acclaimed film and television editor, having won an Emmy award for editing the children’s science show, Beakman’s World. His main body of work is in documentaries, and his most recent credits are One Little Pill, about a groundbreaking treatment for alcohol abuse, and Lords of BSV, a gritty documentary feature about Brooklyn street dancers. He has also directed the feature film, The Set Effect, a multiple award winner at film festivals.

Rubinow was a founding member and Senior VP Creative Services of the Documentary Channel, which was in 26 million homes on Dish Network and Directv for over 8 years. He was in charge of all on air promos and original productions, including producing DOC’s flagship original show, Doctalk.