Like many of the craft founders and team members we serve, Josh is a creative at heart. Beginning his journey as a photographer, Josh went to school for broadcasting and cinema, branching out into graphic design, audio, and music production as well. Today, we call him “the practical creative” as he’s continued to develop as a marketer and associate.
Since joining Tom and the SBS team earlier this year, Josh has been an essential addition to our brand team, bringing an enhanced level of creativity, discipline, and consistency to our content and interactions with the SBS community.
"I didn't know what to expect when Chris asked me to co-host a craft brew industry focused podcast with him. I was fairly confident that I would be able to talk about the business of beer, but I had never had any experience recording a podcast. And to add to the uncertainty, this all was taking place right in the middle of COVID. Josh jumped right in and handled all of the technical aspects of the show and he did it in a very reassuring way. I never had to worry about the recording, the discussion format or the process itself. All I had to do was talk and focus on the discussion. The show was professionally constructed and sounded great. I'm really proud of The True Craft Podcast and the conversations we had there. Josh's expertise and laid back approach really helped me to relax and be myself."
Q&A With Josh
What do you consider your professional superpowers to be?
Creativity and problem solving.
What’s the best part about working at SBS?
Interesting work combined with great leadership and culture.
What do you like most about the craft industry?
The varieties of thriving communities and entrepreneurs. I appreciate the abundance of local and regional brands, and I love going to the local craft section to check out the can art.
What are some of your other interests?
I’m a big fan of podcasts and music (and attempt to do both). I also have three cats named Peach, Neji, and Ragnar
What’s your craft beverage of choice?
Bell’s Two Hearted