Josh is a trained journalist who has worked for The SpectatorEvening Standard, in current affairs TV and for BBC World Service. His articles have been published in the Guardian, The Times and Wanderlust.

 

In 2012 he co-founded the international print magazine So It Goes.

 

As its editor for four years he wrote, researched and commissioned features, op-eds and profiles, and interviewed world famous names like Werner Herzog, Jane Goodall and Terry Gilliam.

 

In his spare time he writes film scripts, won a national Daily Telegraph short story competition and was invited onto the Royal Court's Young Writers Programme. 

Terry Gilliam

Terry Gilliam

The insights, wisdom and unfettered rage of one of cinema's great free spirits.

Game of Shadows

Game of Shadows

The future of espionage in the digital age of new players.

The Golden Age of Television

The Golden Age of Television

How did TV drama get so good? Showrunners Milch, Chase and Gilligan explain.

Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

Humanity is on track to true freedom. Be cool. Walk with me.

Wes Anderson

Wes Anderson

The work and the life of modern cinema's most successful and recognisable auteur.

My Friend Terry

My Friend Terry

The life story of an international drugs smuggler, from cradle to prison and beyond.

Makoko

Makoko

Living with the Baka pygmies in the Congo rainforest is a mixed bag.

The Clangthorpe

The Clangthorpe

A short story about a secret animal fight, with a difference.

White Mexicans

White Mexicans

Some people in Los Angeles will do anything for a dollar. A short story.

David Fincher Reimagined

David Fincher Reimagined

Imagine what happened after the cameras stopped rolling on Fight Club, Se7en and Zodiac.

Devendra Banhart

Devendra Banhart

A great musician in hilarious conversation with his actor friend.

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