Joshua joined TERROIR in 2015 specifically to work on large-scale, strategically focused urban projects. Josh has developed a range of skills in design, diagramming, representation and most importantly, a conceptual understanding of complex urban problems. These skills have formed a key part of our successful work on the White Bay Power Station UDF and Joshua will work in a similar role on the Parramatta Strategic Framework.
Prior to joining TERROIR, Josh worked for 5 years for Richard Goodwin Art/Architecture where he rose to office leader under the direction of internationally acclaimed architect, artist and urbanist, Richard Goodwin. With projects ranging from Exhibitions, Public Art, Architecture and Urban Design Joshua worked on all phases of each project from design, documentation and project co-ordination. Most relevant here was his work with Richard on a major ARC research project (and associated spin-off projects) which explored the porosity of Sydney CBD. This project required a sophisticated understanding of urban processes and the ability to provide diagrams, drawings and other forms of representation that could communicate these complex ideas.