Simon moved from Belfast to London 4 years ago to pursue his dream of a career in music. He got his first break at the age of 19 when he was asked by top Italian producer/dj Dino Lenny to run his new labels – Age One and B Sorted Records. Simon quickly found his niche and helped Dino sign & release some of the biggest tracks on the label. He then went on to work alongside Dave Lambert at top Universal dance label AM:PM, which led to him being approached by head A&R man Nick Halkes to work with him on his new Ministry Of Sound label – Incentive Records. In the summer of 2001, BBC Radio 1 dj Seb Fontaine approached Simon to handle his A&R, which led to his current position as A&R for Judge Jules, in which he has helped to find and break some of the biggest dance records of 2003 and 2004.
Simon began playing out in 2000 and is rapidly making a name for himself in clubland. He is now resident for Serious @ The Cross in London and his rising reputation as a producer is creating a stir amongst promoters and clubbers alike. Simon is also co-hosting a bi-weekly radio show on Ministry Of Sound Radio and was included in Febs issue of Mixmag as 'one DJ' to watch in 2004.
From 2003 to 2007 he had massive success as one half of the group Dogzilla with Richard Kayvan. In 2008 Patterson left the group to focus on his solo career.