All of this experience was valuable, but God had a higher path for Patrick. In 2005, he produced his first project, Fundraiser Guy—a short industrial project which was so well executed that it got the attention of Warner Bros…
and a Producer was born!
Since then, Patrick has become one of the most sought-after Producers and Line Producers in Hollywood,
bringing over 25 films to completion on time and on budget
(a rarity in this business); creating thousands of budgets and schedules for independent films ranging from $300K to $50M; managing projects from development to production to distribution; and earning the loyalty of actors, directors, executives and investors, “…by understanding and acknowledging both sides of filmmaking: the creative side and the numbers,” he says, “and treating people right.” He has also written several action scripts--one of his scripts received an offer from a division of SONY for a $12M Minimum Guarantee!
Patrick runs his life by his faith in God and attributes his achievements to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He brought his years of filmmaking experience + his passion for God to launch GATEWAY STUDIOS, a fully autonomous production and distribution company that produces exceptional products that tell powerful stories,
all to the glory of God!
we are ready to change the world!
Patrick G. Ingram was born in Hollywood, California, and began his entertainment career the way many young teenagers do in SoCal: acting. He landed roles in Say Anything, Big Business, No Time for Sergeants and a recurring role in the original TV series Baywatch.
In college, Patrick was a Pre-Med major and became a certified EMT and this opened doors for him to work as First Responder on many major motion pictures and television projects which helped pay his way through college. These years of on set experience gave him a ‘front row seat’ behind the camera, observing how producers and directors dealt with challenges on set. He was also called in as a medical consultant to answer questions for writers and actors who wanted medical authenticity in their scenes.