Miscellaneous Media, Inc. opened shop in the summer of 2009.  For seven years prior to starting the company, New York-based producer Patrick Holbert freelanced for NBC (Producer for LXTV's "First Look New York," and "Open House"), A&E (Associate Producer for "Growing Up Gotti"), Fox News Channel (Camera Operator for "Red Eye"), and primarily MTV (Producer for "True Life," "MTV News Presents," "mtvU," and various Spring Break specials). Patrick decided to form Miscellaneous Media in order to branch out and make more documentary projects that fit his style.   
 
Since then, Miscellaneous Media has produced several episodes of MTV's flagship series "True Life."  For that show, Patrick and his documentary crew have embedded themselves with subjects going through some of life's most difficult challenges:  Traumatic spinal cord injuries in "True Life: I'm Rehabbing My Injury," crime and punishment in "True Life: I Have a Parent in Prison," sexual identity in "True Life: I Want to be Straight," and most recently, complicated health issues in "True Life: I Have Diabetes."  Patrick also went to Haiti a week after the earthquake to field produce a documentary about a civil rights group and their aid work there.   
 
Miscellaneous Media is currently producing "True Life: I Can't Afford My Relationship" for MTV, and developing an untitled documentary series about a family built around auto racing.