An award winning media artist who resides in Falls Church, VA. With a focus on video, he also has experience in Web, print, photography, and sound design.
Since 2001, Barlow has been a contributing Web Producer for Atlantic Public Media and helped to found its flagship website Transom.org, a showcase and workshop for public radio. In 2004, Transom became the first website to win the George Foster Peabody award.
From 1997 to 2001, Joshua worked for National Public Radio where he produced news and cultural websites. Among the projects he helped create was Lost & Found Sound, which won the 2000 Webby award. He was also an online correspondent for their coverage of Election 2000, reporting on both the campaigns and the Supreme Court.
In addition to his media work, Barlow is a freelance composer and has written for theater, film, dance, and the Department of Homeland Security.