Patrick K. Murphy was born in The Bronx in New York City. His Irish ancestry goes back to Patrick J. Murphy, who emigrated to New York from Ennistymon, Co. Clare in 1902. He grew up and still lives around McLean Avenue in Yonkers, near Woodlawn. For most of his life, he was interested in computers, digital media and technology, developing computer animated cartoons to show to his classmates at St. Barnabas in The Bronx, later helping with tech and sound in their talent shows and school productions. He developed his first website in 2003, going live in 2006. At Sacred Heart High School in Yonkers, he was a stage actor and played on the soccer team, but also helped with technology, running the student chapter of MSG Varsity, filming games of the various school teams, and was the editor of the Yearbook. At Baruch College, he was the General Manager of the radio station, increasing and improving the weekly programming on the radio, receiving the Student Media Leadership Award at graduation, and being permanently appointed to the College Association Board of Directors a year later. After years of being the "go-to" guy for technology and media, he went on to found New Logical, where he went on to serve the IT and Digital Media needs of over 250 businesses, non-profits, and government entities. In 2019, he played for Lansdowne Rugby Football Club, at the same time established the livestreaming branch of New Logical, making Lansdowne the first Rugby club in North America to professionally stream all their matches, televising their Empire GU championship that fall. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he connected with Lansdowne Yonkers FC (soccer), livestreaming all of the matches of their 9 trophy winning 2020-21 season, including the National Amateur Cup. In 2023, he began to livestream the NY GAA, covering all of the senior football, hurling and camogie finals to a combined audience of 163,000 fans. In 2023, he was honored as a Wunderkind in Westchester Magazine. He currently sits on the Yonkers Human Rights Commission, serves as Treasurer of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Westchester Division 17, and is Secretary of the McLean Avenue Merchants Association.