Joshua Neuman is a Los Angeles-based writer and filmmaker. His award-winning documentary, Johnny Physical Lives, played at dozens of film festivals all over the world and was a Vimeo “Staff Pick Premiere” in 2017. Joshua grew up in Paramus, New Jersey, graduated from Brown University, and received a Master’s Degree from the Harvard Divinity School. He served as the Head of Content for two-time Webby Award honoree, GOOD, was the Editor of the international fashion magazine FLAUNT, and the mastermind behind the satirical Jewish culture magazine, Heeb. He has appeared on BBC Radio, VH1, A & E Biography, National Public Radio, and Extra and his speaking engagements have taken him from Comic-Con to the United Nations to the Super Bowl. He is currently at work on a film project about football great, Kenny Washington, who broke the NFL’s color barrier in 1946.