Patrick Meyer made his debut in Paris in 1985 as a jewelry designer. Immersing himself in the world of Parisian high fashion, he was recognized as both an independent artist and a designer working in collaboration with well known French fashion houses.
In 1990, after creating functional accessories and sculptural jewelry for the runway, Patrick expanded his work to include a new line of decorative and functional objects. In the late 1990s, he shifted to San Francisco and established himself as a metal sculptor and designer, specializing in functional and decorative cast pewter accessories and objects for the office, kitchen and bath.
Patrick draws his inspiration from modern and primitive art. His aesthetic places an emphasis on futuristic and organic lines that incorporate industrial and ethnic styles, resulting in a symbiotic and original design.