Joshua is a creative professional based in New York City. After graduating Pratt Institute, he has been working as a painter, illustrator, graphic designer, and a professional musician for a little over a decade.

Painting, designing, and making music has been the main outlets in the pursuit of living out his artistic passions since moving to Brooklyn in 1998.

Joshua’s paintings have sold at World Trade Art Gallery, CultureFIX, 24 Prince, and other galleries in Manhattan. His freelance clients include a number of companies, start-ups, organizations, musicians/singers, dancers, and performers across the US and abroad. Some of these notable publications and companies he has worked with include Friends of the UN, The NBA, Blacksmith Management (Manager to Talib Kweli, De La Soul, etc.) and OneWorld Magazine, among others.

In 2012 Joshua exhibited in China for the UN International Day of Peace, Arts Festival

in 2006 Joshua and his mother released their first illustrated gift book, “Who Were the Magi?”, on Amazon and are currently in the process of researching film production companies to consider it as a motion picture. The book is a winner in the independent publishers contest “Indy Excellence Book Awards”. An Animated preview animated preview of the book and more info can be seen on the website: ”Who Were the Magi?



Solo exhibit— “Banners on Wall Street” John Allan’s Downtown, NYC 2014

“The 2nd Annual Icons of Cinema and NYC” Elena Ab Gallery, NYC 2014

Solo exhibit— “Anchored” CultureFIX, NYC 2014

“The Story of the Creative” See|Me, NYC 2013

Solo exhibit— 8065 Bagnet, Manila, Philippines 2013

UN International Day of Peace, Arts Festival, Linzhou, China 2012

City Gallery, NYC 2012

World Trade Art Gallery, NYC 2012

Solo exhibit— The American Beatboxing Championships, NYC 2011

Northern Soul, Hoboken, NJ 2011

Open Project, Aix en Provence, France 2011

Charmingwall Gallery, NYC 2010

Solo exhibit— ”Who Were the Magi?”, Tillies of Brooklyn 2009

Open Studio, Brooklyn 2008

Solo exhibits— ”Beauty & Tension” parts 1 & 2, 24 Prince, NYC 2007

“It Might Blow Up but It Wont Go Pop”, Tillies of Brooklyn 2005





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“Art is my strongest voice…the expression of everything I can’t put into words.”