Pat's career began as she danced her way from ballet into the fashion world and become known as "stylist to the stars" in 1968. She then worked extensively styling fashion shoots. Pat became sought after to to contribute to advertising campaigns and editorial shoots with photographers Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, Patrick Demarchelier, Bill King and Hiro. In NYC 1976 Pat styled "The Elsa Peretti Bunny" which was the immortal image shot by Helmut Newton. She also posed and participated in many other styling shoots with Helmut, including Playboy. Introduced by Helmet and June Newton to Melka Treanton, editor of French Voque, Pat was offered to join her for the French Collections.

Her uninhibited flair, style and elan was also often documented by Bill Cunningham, of the New York Times. During the 70's, Pat became passionately interested in photography and she did pioneering work with the SX-70 polaroid. Eelco Wolf, head of the Creative Department of the Polaroid Corporation, encouraged and supported Pat with film and cameras for years. The composed images of antiques dolls, jewelry, and the bodies of her circle of friends appeared in her first publication, the SX-70 Art book, by Lustrum in 1978 and curated by Ralph Gibson.

She worked with Bert Stern and Shannah Laumeister on a documentary of Bert Stern in Paris at Musee Maillol in 2006.

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