Patrick Cone, a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, is the founder and President of C1 Entertainment, a production company dedicated to creating documentary films and corporate videos.
Most recently, Cone has produced, directed and edited promotional content for the Congressional Center for Adoption in Washington, D.C. and Children's Art Village, a non-profit working in Ghana.
Cone has wide and varied experience within the entertainment industry. In 2003, he interned with Gaylord/Pandora films, which produced, among other hit films; "The Blue Collar Comedy Tour." Upon returning to Los Angeles in 2005, he worked on several made for TV films and television shows as a production assistant and as a grip. He also spent 13 months with the Documentary Channel, a satellite TV network that features entirely independent documentary programming. During his time with the Documentary Channel, he served as an assistant editor and administrative assistant in the sales and marketing division.
Through C1 Entertainment, Cone has produced, directed and edited several films for non-profits and NGO's operating in Cambodia, Ghana and Uganda. Cone has also produced a film exploring the work of young missionaries in Australia and a six-part film series for Dallas-based Missions Resource Network.
Cone is currently producing and directing a series of promotional content for Touch A Life ministries, a non-profit that is working to free trafficked children on Ghana's Lake Volta fishing industry.
In 2005, Cone graduated from Full Sail University, school of Film, in Orlando, FL. He received his Bachelor's in Communication Management from Harding University in 2004. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas with his wife, Lauren.
Education: Harding University. Full Sail University, school of Film, in Orlando, FL.
Spoken Languages: English