Joshua is a documentary photographer and filmmaker with a focus on the long term effects of civil wars, terrorisms, natural disasters, sectarian violence and populism have on communities.
Joshua began as a field researcher in Sri Lanka in 2015, working for the human rights documentation centre, INFORM. From there he focused on visual journalism, working on assignments internationally documenting the Eritrean refugee crises in East Africa in 2016 to Nepal and the rebuilding process from the Earthquake.
Closer to home Joshua explores the impact of social inequality in the UK working across the country for social enterprises and charities with a focus on the wide-ranging impact austerity has had over the past nine years.
Clients include The Labour Party, Fuelbanks & Families, Contra Magazine, Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Mayor of London, Ideas Alliance, Guy's & St.Thomas' Charity and The British Army.