Josh was first certified in 1987 as a junior open water diver and has been active ever since. Working in a dive shop through college Josh had the opportunity to meet many divers and developed an interest in deep shipwreck diving in the Northeast. Josh carries a camera on most dives nowadays and has focused his efforts on finding interesting photo opportunities and has shot everything from tiny critters to humpback whales and shipwrecks. His photographs have been featured in publications like the Cape Cod Times, Boston Globe Magazine, National Geographic website, and Conservation Law Foundation publications.
Josh has a degree in Chemistry and works for Jacobs Engineering as a Superintendent in Superfund Site cleanup. He and his wife live in Boston, Massachusetts.