After receiving his BFA from SCAD, Josh started work in government contracting, creating graphics for courseware. He then moved into simulation training and project management. Later, he went on to work with Apache and P8-A maintenance trainers that were created in video game engines. While the work was technically challenging it was not creative in the least bit. To satisfy his creativity, he and his wife started a comic book, Dan in Space. With the help of a Kickstarter campaign, the comic book was printed and published with great success. During that time Josh was also an Instructor at the Art Institute of Jacksonville, teaching many classes in the Media-Arts and Film department. Josh's creativity and wide range of skills, from illustration to video game development, make him a valuable member to the Sally design department.
What does your job entail?
I am a Ride Designer. I create 3D and 2D assets that are used as designs for Dark Rides.
With Sally Since:
What is your favorite project?
They are currently all secrets. Muhahhaha…
What is your favorite park?
It would have to be Fiesta Texas. I worked there in high school drawing Caricatures. My favorite Park for Dark Rides would have to be Universal Studios.
What is your favorite Dark Ride?
What is your favorite 80's, 90's song or song in general?
80's: Gates of Steel by Devo. 90’s: Gates of Steel Covered by Skakin’ Pickle. In general: A Talk With Gorge by Johnathan Coulton.
If you could be any animal in the world what would it be?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
That will never happen, but when I was younger I wanted to draw comic books.
What do you work toward in your free time?
I work on my classic. A Blue and Silver 1982 Datsun 280ZX.
Which storybook character do you relate to the most?
What is your favorite sport?
Football, Go Jags!
What was your favorite TV show growing up?
What is your special talent?
What's next on your bucket list?
Restore a 240z