Meet Josh. A Jamacian/Canadian curator and community organizer, activist, researcher, and consultant. He is a founding board member of Hogan’s Alley Society, an organization that works to redress the displacement of people of African Descent and to advance their social, political, economic, and cultural well-being. A creative and musician, Josh’s cultural community organizing work has evolved around daylighting the issues of Black artists and Black art accessibility. He’s most passionate about issues at the intersection of race and space. During his spare time you can find him making music, watching NBA (or 90 Day Fiancée), and ranting about internet rabbit holes. His favourite foods include ackee and saltfish, dumplings, and oxtail!
All photos are not retouched and taken in natural light.