Joshua Katcher is a sculptor and video artist living in Brooklyn, NY who graduated from the BFA program in Art Video at Syracuse University, New York in 2003 with a concentration in ceramics. He also attended SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry where he concentrated in Environmental Studies.
His sculptures are in the permanent collection at Figureworks Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn where he exhibited his first solo exhibition in 2007. He participated in several group shows, and continues to exhibit and sell internationally.
His video work has been exhibited in festivals such as The Rotterdam International Film Festival and The New York Underground Film Festival. Joshua had been a curator on several video art exhibitions since 2002 including Spark Video: Beacon and Raw: Brooklyn, and continues to produce various works in video and sculpture.
In addition to art, Joshua Katcher is a writer, self-taught vegan chef, businessman, animal rights and environmental activist, and television producer who has produced and directed various shows for PBS, CurrentTV, and MTV, and has created media for non-profits like Lambda Legal, The Alliance for Climate Protection, PETA, Farm Sanctuary, and Gay Mens’ Health Crisis through Perhaps Media, Inc , which he founded in 2006. He founded The Discerning Brute, a fashion and lifestyle blog, in 2008 as a resource for intelligent men who want to make ethical, informed decisions concerning their lifestyles.
Joshua currently lives in Brooklyn with his rescued chihuahua, Enzo.