Trained through the esteemed BFA Acting program at Ithaca College, and abroad at the Moscow Art Theatre School in Russia (National Theatre Institute's "MATS" program) and the IC London Center in England. Josh is based in upstate New York, between Binghamton and Ithaca, and works regularly with many companies throughout the region. He is often sought for his physical acting approach (Edgar, KING LEAR), his playfulness and vivacity within ensembles (Clown, THE 39 STEPS), and for his comfort with adapting to a wide range of theatrical styles (Puppeteer in THE SNOW QUEEN, Austin in TRUE WEST, Edmund in LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT).
Josh also has developed an ease at creating rapport with audiences during interactive performances. This has earned him roles such as Man in Chair (THE DROWSY CHAPERONE) as well as opportunities to host lectures and events, such as "Pops" concerts with the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra (THE MAGICAL MUSIC OF HARRY POTTER, A NIGHT AT THE BALLET's ROMEO & JULIET, and STAR WARS, MAY THE FOURTH).