Patrizio Daniele was born on November 11, 1984 in Rome, Italy. After obtaining an Arts Diploma for Architecture in Rome, he then applied at the Scoula dell'Arte della Medaglia (S.A.M.), where he was then hand-selected for enrollment to their exclusive three-year Italian Governemnt Printing and Office Mint course.
Throughout his course, he was awarded 3 annual scholarships for 2006 to 2008. During his studies, he learned a variety of artistic techniques, such as bas-relief modeling, sculpture, and painting. Following his studies, Patrizio began working for the Vatican in 2009, creating mock-ups and models of coins that would be used as standards for their coin production. He also drafted drawings to be used for the execution of postage stamp printing. Patrizio is currently employed for the Vatican, innovating new and creative designs for one of the most important archeological sites in the world. Patrizio then began teaching design and artistic anatomy at the Master Internazionale del tatuaggio artistico MITA di Alex de Pase. His experience at there influenced him to learn more about tattooing, bringing him closer to the start of his new profession as a tattoo artist. As a tattoo artist, Patrizio organically fell into Realism style category, which derived directly his past anatomical and academic studies.