Josh's family owns a bone museum. An Osteology Museum to be more precise (Skeletons: A Museum of Osteology, located in Oklahoma City, OK & Orlando, FL.) He's been a part of that business for as long as he can remember... it was during his days as the museum's Marketing Director, that he learned photography. Josh handled all the stock photography for their products, as well as the editing of those images.
To this day, Josh's full time day job is working within his family's business, Skulls Unlimited & Skeletons: A Museum of Osteology. He then spends his free time being dad, husband, and my partner-in-business.
Josh is a pretty amazing dad. He will tell you his family is his life, and he genuinely means it. When we were pregnant with our first born, Joah, we went to a first time parents class taught by a lactation nurse. I don't remember everything that was taught in that class, but to this day I remember she said something about the dads that I haven't forgotten. She said, "Mom's are a babies safe place and comfort, dad's are babies fun and play." Josh has been that so perfectly for our boys. As soon as he comes home after a long day, the boys run to him, ready for an adventure with their "super goggles", exploring the backyard, or wrestling around on their bedroom floor.
He's a Marvel fan, and keeps me (Danielle) straight with the storylines. Thunder Basketball and OU Football are his jam. He routinely buys 7-10 Thunder games to attend every season. He will roll his eyes at me sharing this, but he does enjoy video games, however he has a specific taste in the ones he likes and will play. To-date, his favorite game he's ever played is Halo.
Random tid-bits about him:
-He takes his coffee black
-He's not a sweet tooth, but enjoys Sprites (on occasion)
-He has three siblings
-His first pet is a Beagle named Phantom that he bought as a puppy for $25 (Phantom is currently 11 or 12 years of age and still going strong.)