As the founder of PRP and Wondersee, Patrick is the vital creative force behind both companies. His 30-year commitment to creating compelling content that realizes the client’s vision while entertaining people worldwide has resulted in international acclaim and recognition.
Patrick’s favourite projects in recent memory include staging the largest event north of the 60th parallel at the 2007 Whitehorse Canada Games; producing the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games; and staging the 100th Anniversary PNE Parade.
Outside of PRP, Patrick is a proud Canadian and family man; he loves being a dad to his two girls!
Fun Fact: Patrick made his musical theatre debut as the Artful Dodger in 1977, and he loves frozen chocolate malted!
Nik lends his expertise in delivering countless complex, large-scale national and international productions to Wondersee, overseeing all business and production activities of the company. He applies his sense of humour and quick thinking to all challenges and opportunities that arise.
With over 25 years of experience, and having earned acclaim in the arts, culture and event industries, Nik led the production of multiple presentations for the Vancouver Opera, including Carmen, Aida and La Boheme. His most memorable projects with PRP include the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2010 Paralympics, and the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.
Nik is passionate about travel, his family, and experiencing life to the fullest!
Fun Fact: Nik was once a zamboni driver!
Dan is a creator – in all senses of the word. He creates props, designs graphic visuals, implements installations and brings creative concepts to life. Dan’s work seeks to reinvent the everyday, balancing the serious and the whimsical.
Contributing his visionary talents to Wondersee’s productions, Dan’s favourite projects include: designing giant puppets for Kaleidoscope On Parade at the PNE, creating the guitar placards at the 2014 Gay Games, and crafting giant mobiles for the BC Children’s Hospital.
As an artist and a doer, Dan endeavours to make it through the goal posts of life with a few scrapes and a big smile.
Fun fact: Dan once took a bath in Annie Liebowitz’s bathtub!