Josh grew up in Leicestershire during the nineties and graduated from the Nottingham Trent University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with Criminology. Since then, he has been involved in helping young offenders and taken up further education in counseling, mindfulness, tai chi, philosophy, and yoga.
A dreamer in pursuit of deeper meaning, his search for answers has taken him all over the world – to all seven continents, in fact. From cycling through the Atlas mountains, camping under the stars in Arabian deserts, exploring Mayan jungles, Inca ruins, Egyptian temples, and sailing across the Drake Passage to the Antarctic wilderness, Josh has taken his enquiring mind as far as possible and pushed his body to extreme limits, whether it be jumping out of planes, leaping off dams, camping in the wilderness of the Taiga, or trekking across volcanoes in the dead of night.
After years of fast living, his world changed the night he survived a near-fatal car crash. It marked what was to be his greatest adventure yet, as he turned his attention inward and began to explore the landscapes of the inner world – one of deeper meaning and renewed hope, as he became acquainted with the elusive Self.
Equipped with years of mindfulness meditation practice, his quest now extends beyond himself as he probes life’s big questions. Drawing on a lifetime of fascinating experiences, he channels his enthusiasm into thought-provoking and inspiring articles on mindfulness, expanding awareness, spirituality, and the depths of the subconscious mind.
His speculative fiction explores what it means to be a part of the universe, and most importantly, what it means to be human.
His debut novel is Booths.