Josh works at Bloomberg Government as a Government Contracting Reporter, writing about federal dollars spent on cybersecurity, AI, cloud computing, and space. Before moving to D.C., Josh covered his home state of New Jersey for NJ.com and The Star-Ledger.
He also worked as an Associate Producer at CNN, where he shepherded breaking news to homepages and crafted story framing for the world’s busiest news destination.
Josh began his career in the city of New Orleans, working as a digital content editor at The Advocate/Times-Picayune. In 2020, Josh graduated from Tulane University where he earned his Bachelors Degree in English, Political Economy and Jewish Studies and graduated summa cum laude. He wrote his honors thesis on the literature of New Jersey and spent most of his time in college reporting for the school newspaper, The Tulane Hullabaloo.
He has reported a number of hard-hitting stories, from racist policing practices plaguing American Muslims to America’s skyrocketing rate of elder suicide to New Jersey’s food insecurity crisis.
Josh is a lover of all things pop culture — and when he’s not reporting the news, he loves to write on eclectic topics like the photographer behind Bruce Springsteen’s album covers, hushed meetings of bibliophiles at “Silent Book Clubs” and a California church that worships John Coltrane as a saint.
Don’t hesitate to reach out, whether it’s to connect, pitch a story, or just chat about why I May Destroy You is the best TV show of the century.