Josh has his hands in lots of pies. Chocolate, mainly. But when he's not eating pie, he's creating something. His mission is to make people feel something. Anything. Usually it's funny, but Josh has a dramatic side he likes to flex every now and then. It's the only flexing he can do.

Check out his adventures below, and feel free to get in touch with him. 

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SPIELBERG. SCORCESE. TARANTINO. MANCUSO. All names you would probably never hear in the same sentence. But still, Josh makes pretty good films. He is a self-professed "filmpreneur," which combines entrepreneur tactics with creative filmmaking. 



Josh is a sought-after speaker on the topics of marketing, video, entrepreneurship, and leadership. You won't regret hiring Josh to impart his Yoda-like wisdom on your people.


Josh has taught workshops in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Highlands Small Business Incubator, the University of Virginia's College at Wise, downtown development organizations, and more. 


DICAPRIO. HANKS. PACINO. MANCUSO.  Again, names you will never hear in the same sentence. But it's fun to pretend, isn't it? That's what acting is - pretending. And that's why he loves it. Josh leans toward comedy, but don't pass him up on a dramatic role. He's got the chops. Literally, he has karate chops. 


Josh has hosted events for organizations such as Bristol Motor Speedway, Ballad Health, East Tennessee State University, the Chamber of Commerce, and many more.


Book Josh to host your next event, just make sure you specify how serious the event is on a scale of 1 to Robin Williams, so Josh can plan his jokes accordingly.

"Exceptionally talented."

-Draft Agency, Knoxville, TN

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