Senior Graphic Designer
Josh is a native Texan who recently repatriated after six years living in the Pacific Northwest. As an outdoor enthusiast, he has a special fondness for forests, coastlines, and all manner of wildlife. He’s also an active musician, and an organic gardener who loves to grow tomatoes and peppers.
What cause are you passionate about?
Protecting the environment. Maintaining a healthy and livable planet is a prerequisite for everything. If we lose our natural resources, we lose everything else too.
What was your favorite childhood book?
I remember reading The Hobbit with my dad when I was five or six. After that, my childhood reading consisted of everything Tolkien. I still revisit the Lord of the Rings books every few years.
What is the strangest food that you have ever eaten?
Probably rattlesnake, or oxtail. They’re somewhat comparable actually.
If you could live any time in history, when would it be?
Part of me always wished that I lived in Europe during the late medieval period. Ultimately though, I’m grateful I didn’t. I’m definitely not tough enough to carry out my daily routine in the midst of all that plague and political conflict.
What album did you wear out in high school?
Calculating Infinity by The Dillinger Escape Plan. I’m sure I listened to it every day for at least a year or two.
Josh came to Charity Dynamics after working for nearly a decade with environmental advocacy groups around the country. While his experience covers a broad range of crucial non-profit activities including organizing, fundraising, and outreach, his primary drive is to produce creative design for campaigns. In addition to being a skilled illustrator, Josh has a Bachelor’s Degree in Art and Design from the University of Oregon.