Josh has an insatiable intellectual curiosity. He loves facts. He also has a passion for language. It’s no wonder that his meandering career path – actor, writer, director, professor, historian, sports marketer – has culminated in creative direction. Josh spearheads the creative development of major projects for PCI clients. Before joining PCI, Josh directed creative for two major league baseball teams, the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals, where his legacy lives on in four larger-than-life racing presidents.
Josh began his career as an actor, playwright, director and lyricist. He wrote and directed “Voices of History,” a touring, interactive, living history program, and “Mets Zone,” a weekly children’s cable television show, and served as head writer for U.S. Open Tennis. His many stops along his journey have fueled his zeal for knowing things, leading some to proclaim him “Hoogle,” the Human Google.
What’s one website or book you think more people should know about?
The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell
What is one Twitter account that we should all follow?
Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel)
What’s an emerging trend we should keep our eye on?
Episodic storytelling content
What’s one prediction you have for our industry that will come true in 5 years?
VR will become ubiquitous