Patrick Joseph was born in Port-au-Prince on August 26th in 1983. He studied literature at École Normale Supérieure of the State University of Haiti. From the 2000s, he participated in training courses in acting skills and later in staging under the supervision of Catherine Boskowitz at the Royal Conservatory of Liège in Belgium (ESACT). He took part in the creation of several shows, as an actor and director in several theater festivals in Haiti such as Festival Quatre Chemins and Kont anba tonèl. In May 2009, he played in Moloch Tropical, a feature film by Raoul Peck. Among other things, he participates in artistic residencies that led him to La Rochelle in fall 2009 and to Ouagadougou Festival for the festival Les Récréâtrales in 2010. There, he created Incessants, a play based on the texts of the well-known stage director and writer Guy Junior Regis. In 2011, he adapted and presented "Africologne" in Cologne at the African Theatre Festival. That same year, he moved to Germany where he currently works both as director and actor.