Josh starts with a goal and turns it into a story. An award-winning producer-writer-director and content strategist, Josh creates communication narratives that contribute to the social good and specializes in education. Josh brings over 25 years of experience creating powerful stories about learning on multiple platforms—video, web, print, mobile, games, and film. Josh drives the education practice at Pyramid and also provides strategy for initiatives for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and University of Washington. Previously, Josh founded media production firm Content Inventions, creating experiences for parents, students, and teachers for clients like Sesame Workshop, the Committee for Children, Educurious, the Teaching Channel, the National Academy of Sciences, PBS, and the United Nations. Josh also served as senior web editor at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a relaunch of the foundation’s website. When not working, Josh can be found practicing Iyengar yoga or running around the lake. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Team Read. Josh has a bachelor's degree in communications from Empire State College and a certificate in directing from the American Film Institute.
Opening new doors
“I love finding the narrative and interesting twists to a story, so that we don’t always have to enter through the front door. Sometime, I like to walk in through the side door or the backdoor because it is often a more compelling way to tell a story and it makes it memorable. And I love to collaborate—it makes the storytelling magic happen.”