Joscha has been in love with the moving picture since the release of the Gameboy Camera (0,014 Megapixel) in 1998.
2006 he moved to Berlin and became a part of the Berlin post production scene and his love for digital images only grew from there while he learned his ways around in editing, compositing and motion design at The Shack Berlin.
After indulging in other art forms like digital painting, Joscha went back to his roots and bought a film camera (4k Megapixels this time) to improve his knowledge for colour and composition. Feeling like my first day at work I am very ambitious and motivated to create.
Read more details about my current ventures on my Now Page.
Joscha helps clients visualize their ideas and bring concepts and content to live, with an emphasis on authenticity and uniqueness.
His fields of competence include: Motion Design, Art Direction, Compositing and Photo/Videography and in particular a collage of all these things. Having worked in the post production scene for 11 years, Joscha has gotten an insight on all sides of production and is approaching new projects with the bigger picture in mind.
He has taken on smaller roles within a big production and has also shot, edited and supervised complete commercials himself.
Joscha is a self taught artist. He has been working on pressuring projects from day one and was able to fit in fast in the fast moving post production world. Besides countless tutorials around the web, Joscha took part in some workshops for month by household industry names of the industry. An excerpt is:
Ash Thorp – Main Title Design, Phillip Bloom – Cinematic Masterclass, Rob Chang – Becoming a better Artist, Peter Walbeck – Fulltime Filmmaker, David Belliveau – Digital Painting for Designers.