Joshua's images are cinematic slices in time, the subjects often just on the cusp of a gruesome or terrifying realization, and in an era when so much is created in post-shoot pixels, Josh's images are created, as much as is practical, in built set environments using custom-made props and prosthetic makeup pieces instead of sledgehammer manipulation in Photoshop. Sure, the details get cleaned up on the computer, but most of the hard work takes place before the shutter trips. His work reveals a true love for the craft and reflects a great deal of thought and a larger understanding of what ultimately makes us sleep with the lights on.
The small web images don't do justice to Josh's finely crafted horrors. You should buy one and put it on your wall. Sure, some of the images are um, unsettling, but I don't think they're really any scarier than reading the Kansas City Star.
As Joshua says, "The monsters are all around us."
Thus spake the rabbit.