Joshua is a Digital Media Producer for KQED Science, and the Lead Producer and Cinematographer for Deep Look. After receiving his BS in Wildlife Biology from Ohio University, he went on to participate in marine mammal research for NOAA, USGS and the Intersea Foundation. He also served as the president of The Pacific Cetacean Group, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching students K-6 about whales. Josh studied science and natural history filmmaking at San Francisco State University and Montana State University.
Joshua’s Recent Stories
Science Nov 23Praying mantis hanky-panky is way weirder than you think
As it turns out, when a male mantis loses his head, it doesn’t mean he loses the urge to procreate. You read that right.
Science Mar 01Ever wondered why your cat’s tongue feels like sandpaper?
By looking closely at cat tongues, research at MIT and Georgia Tech reveals clues to cats’ predatory prowess and finds inspiration for new technologies.
Science Feb 09Pill bugs emerged from the sea to conquer the Earth
Pill bugs are more closely related to shrimp and lobsters than crickets or butterflies -- plus other little known facts about roly polies.