My name is Joshua Gamma and I am a designer, artist, curator, musician, deejay, and general enthusiast recently relocated to Baltimore, Maryland, after many years based in Austin, Texas.
My résumé includes work for The University of Texas at Austin, The Texas Tribune, Cantanker Magazine, the Creative Research Lab, and Compass Learning, as well as collaborations with many companys, designers, artists, record labels, and art galleries. I was both a radio deejay and the art director for KVRX Austin 91.7 FM. I managed and performed in a band called The Mole People. I catalogued and letterpress-printed nineteenth century wood type at the Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection. I spent a year deployed with the U.S. Army in Afghanistan.
I am interested in creating work for and about community, in investigating how we create and appropriate aesthetics in order to communicate and define ourselves.
Cartoons rule too.