I’m Josh, a young photographer, videographer and extended realities (XR) creator in South West of England. I have a self-motived work ethic, a professional approach and a light-hearted manner, with a passion for telling stories about cultural heritage and the natural world.
I am a recent graduate of BA Marine and Natural History Photography at Falmouth University and MA Virtual Reality at The University of the West of England, awarded first class honours in 2018 and distinction in 2020 respectively. My recent work includes augmented reality experience Sanctuary and virtual reality experience Virtual Love Islands, both of which I co-created with immersive experience and BBC Radio 4 producer Ellie Richold.
Over time I have become a jack-of-all-trades, with skills ranging from timelapse photography to 360-degree film and from product photography to volumetric capture and most things in between. I am always looking to learn new skills and find innovative ways of telling compelling, connecting and thought-provoking stories.
My recent forays in VR and AR have challenged me and captured my imagination, but I still find great joy and satisfaction in going for an afternoon ramble with my trusty camera in tow.
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