Josh is an architectural designer with a focus on behavioural phenomena to provoke critical projects that mediate between proposition and observation. During his time at the RCA he has researched themes surrounding attitudes to authenticity (a project nominated for the RIBA London West award), weeds (as a form of othering) and the apology, representing these in film, animation, text, 1:1 material studies, and AI, to name a few. Absurdity remains a consistent technique for the production of work within these themes, to extrapolate contemporary behaviour.
Prior, Josh studied at the University of Edinburgh, where he won the Bowhill Gibson Scholarship as part of a collective proposal for the possible future of Glenuig, a village on the west coast of Scotland. He has practiced in both Copenhagen and the UK.