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    Birthday:
    Mar 22, 1964 (Age: 57)
    Location:
    Asheville, North Carolina, USA
    Occupation:
    designer of Body Friendly Furniture, Wellness Coac
    Patrick Clark has been researching and writing designing and inventing his entire life– across a broad spectrum of media. He lives in the crack between the raw wilderness Paleo world and the cutting edge modern urban setting. He has lived in that realm since he was a child exploring the mountain behind his house on aboriginal Cherokee trails in the Wayehutta Valley of Cullowhee, North Carolina. The ‘Edge’ is the richest most fertile and abundant habitat, according to Permaculture principles.

    His ‘creative process’ takes him to remote, quiet places in nature alternating with urban jungles where he sees society as ‘the new wilderness’. He is a keen observer and follows his intuitive flashes closely, however wild they may be. His unconventional approach uses nature, metabolism, and consciousness as the starting point of design. His bold attempts to re-design lifestyle to fit these three criteria has resulted in products that are on the market and sold on this site. When he has a question that no-one can answer, he knows it’s time for a new search.

    Mr. Clark has authored landmark research such as What’s Wrong with the Chair and The Ergonomics of Sleep which is respected and used by top industry professionals in the areas of sleep science and body conscious design. His latest work Getting the Sleep of Your Dreams by Optimizing Circadian Rhythms promises to be another powerful addition to his expanding work. His experimentation and discoveries have changed the lifes of many people.

    Mr. Clark has been interested in anthropology, nutrition, human locomotion and the history of transportation and furniture, from a cultural, lifestyle, and environmental perspective. He realized the body mechanics and biology of human locomotion were applicable to everyday activities in the home and office and his design focus has been integrating these two areas of life.

    He was editor of Kokopelli Notes: The Journal of Self-Propelled Transportation (1990-1994), which was nationally distributed, reviewed by Utne Reader, and won the E-Town E-chievement Award in 1993. He has several published landmark articles on the Internet which are listed on this site.

    He has a certificate in Permaculture Design as well as Outdoor Leadership from the Wilderness Education Association.

    Patrick Clark graduated from Lawrence High in 1982, and the University of Kansas in 1987 with a B.S. degree in Education.

    Some of Patrick’s favorite activities are: hiking, swimming, Deeksha Oneness Blessing, bicycling, backpacking, gardening, playing the banjo, skateboarding and continuing to learn, experiment, explore, invent and write.He was editor of Kokopelli Notes: The Journal of Self-Propelled Transportation (1990-1994), which was nationally distributed, reviewed by Utne Reader, and won the E-Town E-chievement Award in 1993.
    He also has a certificate in Permaculture Design as well as Outdoor Leadership from the Wilderness Education Association.
    Patrick Clark graduated from Lawrence High in 1982, and the University of Kansas in 1987 with a B.S. degree in Education.
    Mr. Clark has been interested in anthropology, nutrition, human locomotion and the history of transportation and furniture, from a cultural, lifestyle, and environmental perspective. He realized the body mechanics and biology of human locomotion were applicable to everyday activities in the home and office and his design focus has been integrating these two areas of life.
    Some of Patrick's favorite activities are: hiking, swimming, bicycling, backpacking, gardening, playing the banjo, skateboarding and continuing to learn, experiment, explore, invent and write.

    backpacking, permaculture, biology, body friendly furniture design, Effective Microorganism® technol