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Joshua Jennings attended the University of Chicago and the NYU Tisch School of the Arts for Film and Theater in New York City. As a youth, he interned summers at the Bonner Particle Physics Laboratory at Rice Univeristy in Houston, attended ecological studies in Coasta Rica with Duke University, and studied political science and philosophy at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
He has worked on a wide range of projects. At Rice University in Houston, he worked on the construction of a particle detector for Fermi Lab in Chicago. In New York City, he worked on productions at the legendary Mabou Mines experimental theater, assisted with the planning and construction of the exhibition space at the Guggenheim Museum, and was an assistant curator at the Grey Art Gallery on Washington Square. In Los Angeles he worked with music video studios as a production assistant and technical director for streaming services.
Joshua’s professional positions include serving as Technical Director for various international marketing and communications agencies in both the US and Germany and as SaaS Director for Cloud and Mobile Solutions for a leading manufacturer of electronic measuring instruments.
Joshua’s understanding of technological, artistic, and philosophical concepts informs his universal approach to knowledge and facilitates his ability to apply diverse ideas and skills to literature, art, design, and technology.
Joshua sees culture similar to a living ecological system with the constant interplay of forces readjusting the direction of culture and affecting the health and survival of its participants. He believes that the ideas and solutions we create today should have a beneficial and lasting effect on generations to come.
Joshua Jennings currently lives in Freiburg, Germany; he works in Freiburg and Los Angeles, California.