Josh spearheads the creative development of major projects for Yes& clients. A skilled writer, video producer, event director, and marketer, Josh leads the Yes& charge, opening new doors, exploring fresh ideas, all with an eye on the target: moving audiences to action. Prior to his current role, Josh served as Director of Accounts and Director of Creative Strategy, forging long-standing partnerships with Yes& clients.
Josh has an insatiable intellectual curiosity. He loves facts. He also has a passion for language. It’s no wonder that his meandering career path – actor, writer, director, professor, historian, sports marketer – has culminated in creative strategy. His creative work has served PBS, The Inn and Little Washington, Sierra Club, US Open Tennis, and Choice Hotels Before joining Yes&, Josh directed creative for two major league baseball teams, the New York Mets and the Washington Nationals, where his legacy lives on in four larger-than-life racing presidents.
As a marketing industry leader, Josh ran creative workshops at ADWKDC, joined panels at ASAE Springtime and Personify, and has authored articles and blogs for Capitol Communicator, and Meetingsnet. His insatiable intellectual curiosity led him to appear on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. It did not end well.