Joshua was born in Oakland and raised on a farm in Kansas. After graduating from the University of Kansas, he began work on Paul Thomas Anderson’s film “The Master,” and later other sets, including Anderson’s “Inherent Vice,” and Spielberg’s “Lincoln.” In 2014, Joshua’s short film, “Another Easygoing Brother in the Meadow Wind,” secured him a spot at Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School. In 2018, Joshua completed his debut narrative feature film, “The Dreams of Rene Sendam” (writer/director), and received a Humanities Kansas grant to finish his feature documentary, “Kansas an Eclogue.” Joshua works as a producer for documentaries and commercials (clients include New Balance and EA Sports). He is a Directing Fellow at the American Film Institute Conservatory.