Joshua Penn Soskin is an award winning director, writer and photographer.
Josh's directing isn't genre specific. He likes it that way. His background as an actor, musician, photographer, docu-journalist and writer has formed his unique style. One where he feels equally comfortable working in comedy, drama, docu or visual work. Always applying a signature blend of heart, humor, and humanity to everything he does.
Joshua has helmed campaigns for companies like Ford, Starbucks, Samsung, Kia, Volkswagen, Intel etc, He’s also excelled as a writer in the commercial world - having penned the script for his Match.com commercial “Aquarium” which was acquired by the brand for a special father’s day broadcast. He also wrote and directed a campaign for ASU which collected two commercial Emmys and wrote a portion of the award-winning “Makers” campaign for Intel.
His most recent short “Housecall” won the Grand Prix at Tres Courts Film Festival and was nominated for Best Comedy of 2020 by Vimeo. All five of his short films have received Vimeo Staff Picks. And his 2015 drama “La Carnada” premiered at Tribeca and won Best of Fest at Palm Springs.
His photography has appeared in multiple publications and galleries after the success of his first multi-media art exhibition, The Untitled Underwear Project and now sells in galleries across the world. He's now in the midst of his second multi-media art project titled The Untitled Sports Project.
He's also currently in pre-production on his debut feature film, Kill Yr Idols, a punk rock coming of age film set along the US/Mexico border co-written by John Hibey and Bernardo Cubria.