Josh first exhibited when he was nine for Disability Art in London. He has also sold work through Number Nine the Gallery in Birmingham, UK. He raised almost £2000 for the New York Firefighters after 9/11 and was the official artist at the opening of Millennium Point.
He was once asked to produce an original piece of art for The Queen - a sketch book of his drawings was forwarded by Birmingham's own BAFTA winning actress Julie Walters. He has also raised money for the Autistic Society by designing a series of Christmas cards.
He studied Illustration at the Birmingham City University and since leaving he has set up his own business. He has had work displayed in The Royal Society of Birmingham Artists' Gallery and at York Coffee shop in Birmingham city centre.
He was commissioned by IDW Comics to produce art for a comic they sold last year. He was the only none IDW artist involved in the comic. His work can also be seen at Star City shopping centre in Birmingham.
He has recently been involved in graphic design and story boarding for short films with award winning Birmingham animation companies Second Home Productions and Nice Monster.
Josh's Role on the Scampenstein project is as Head Character Designer and Storyboarder.