Joshua Neuman is a Los Angeles-based content strategist and filmmaker. His short documentary Johnny Physical Lives is currently touring the festival circuit. Josh grew up in Paramus, New Jersey, graduated from Brown University, and received a Master’s Degree from the Harvard Divinity School. Most recently Josh served as the Head of Content for two-time Webby Award honoree, GOOD, a media company and consulting agency. Prior to that he was Editor of the international fashion magazine FLAUNT. He has spearheaded partnerships with some of the world’s leading brands, including FORD Motors, Walgreens, Levi’s, and Target. He is the creator and host of the newly launched Los Angeles Rams podcast, The Greatest Show on Grass, and is a producer of the ESPN Films 30 for 30 about ex-Los Angeles Laker A.C. Green. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2010, he was editor and publisher of the New York City-based satirical Jewish culture magazine, Heeb. Josh was invited to The White House by two different Presidential administrations. He has been featured in The New York Times and Los Angeles Weekly, where he was called “one-part philosopher, one-part Beastie Boy,” and he has appeared on The Travel Channel, BBC Radio, VH1, The Sundance Channel, A & E Biography, Court TV, National Public Radio, and Extra. His speaking engagements have taken him from Comic-Con to The United Nations.