Patrick Brown is one of the Caribbean’s most talented writers. He is responsible for creating some of the most poignant and hilarious moments on stage and the small screen. A successful. Civil Engineer, he has managed to transfer the principles of precision and economy into his works for stage and television. accessible to general audiences. Brown has written some fifteen (15) full length stage plays including award-winning productions like “Cornflakes”(a 1982 production), "Yard 89”, "Yard ‘90”, “Yard ‘99”, "Stillborn" and “December”. The latter was Jamaica’s stage presentation at the 1991 Carifesta in Trinidad. Though not yet published, “December” is now being studied in West Indian Literature at the University of the West Indies. His plays have been showcased all across the Caribbean, Canada, London as well as several states across North America, including: New York, Connecticut, Florida, New Jersey, District of Columbia, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. He wrote the definitive episodes of ”Oliver at Large” a local television sitcom, which propelled the lead, Oliver Samuels, to stardom within the Caribbean region and among the large Caribbean immigrant population. Having whetted the appetite of the local television viewers with humor extracted from its own experience, Mr. Brown went on to create, write and produce “Titus in Town”, another popular television sit-com. Mr. Brown’s work “Stillborn” was the recent recipient of an award in the island’s most respected national literary competition – The NCB Literary Awards. In addition to the several awards for his writing, Mr. Brown has won awards for set designs, theatrical production and musical lyrics.