For the past fifteen years, she has been putting her professional experience in the audiovisual sector to the production of documentary films on international archaeological research operations. She participates in archaeological missions as head of audiovisual archiving with film crews who intervene permanently and autonomously during field missions. She has been operating in Papua New Guinea, Australia, Southern Africa and Canada.
As part of these scientific research programs the documentaries produced are shared with the Aboriginal communities, traditional owners of the Rock Art sites where archaeological studies and work are carried out.
Within the framework of the company RUP'ART Productions which she created in 2013 Patricia has produced documentary films for cultural institutions and universities: Musée du Quai Branly (Paris), Musée des Confluences (Lyon), Université de Savoie Mont-Blanc (Chambéry), Monash University (Melbourne), Consulat Général de France (Vancouver).
In 2015 RUP’ART Productions produced "The Final Passage" directed by Pascal Magontier, a 26-minutes 3D film offering an immersive visit of the Chauvet Cave.