Joshua’s love and passion for performance began at a very young age being inspired by his musical grandparents who used to perform at the Padua Hills theatre in Claremont as “the Mexican Players”.
When Joshua was five years old, his grandparents wrangled him and a few of his cousins to perform at Padua Hills for a holiday rendition of “Las Posadas” as the three wise men, Sparking a lifelong passion for performance!
As a teen, Joshua rediscovered his love for performing through his high school colorguard while also sparking his love for competition. Joshua received the regional Gold medal in his first season marching and has continued to win 4 additional gold medals in regional competitions, claiming 2 silver medals and 1 bronze medal in international competitions.
As an adult, he began studying dance at Chaffey Community College and continued performing in local colorguards during summer and winter programs.
Professionally, Joshua has performed with a variety of local performance groups and occupies his day-to-day time training local youth acro programs as a coach/instructor.
This season, Joshua is continuing his competitive career marching winterguard with a new group called “Cosmic. Joshua loves to compete and firmly believes the nature of competition keeps movement fun and challenging, giving us a reason to really strive to be our best!