Born and raised in Los Angeles, Josh’s interest in architecture began at an early age from observing his city through a car window. Formal classes in architectural and art history further deepened his appreciation on the subject in regards to design, building materials and cultural history. A detail-oriented work ethic and a passion for the built environment naturally led Josh to specialize in the field of architectural photography.
Along with his training as a commercial photographer, Josh is also a practicing artist and holds a Master of Fine Arts from University of California, Irvine.
In addition to his focus on crafting meticulous architectural imagery, he also serves as a photography instructor at several colleges in the Los Angeles area. He has previously taught at UCLA Extension, UC Irvine, and FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising). He now serves as an adjunct professor at El Camino College, Long Beach City College, Fullerton College, and Santa Ana College.
Josh is left handed, but he can do a lot of things with his right hand. For instance, he bats right sided, kicks with his right foot, has a regular stance on a skateboard and plays a right-handed guitar and drum set.