Joshua Hudson completed a noteworthy twenty-year career as a military photojournalist, public affairs specialist and videographer. His work promoting positive military awareness and supporting military and veterans issues has had a significant impact on the community.
During his career, Joshua served forward deployed as a photojournalist during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, reported on the war in Bosnia, documented the aftermath of 9/11 and the first detainees to arrive at Camp X-Ray GITMO, Cuba; and chronicled the forward deployed forces in the Middle East during Operation Enduring Freedom. He received commendations for his exclusive report, and subsequent international interest in the 1995 rescue of U.S. Air Force Captain Scott O’Grady from Bosnia. The documentation was used as the basis for the movie “Behind Enemy Lines.”
In 2000, he established Dragonfly Digital Media, a photography studio in the Pittsburgh area.
He also teaches photography at Butler County Community College and various workshops around the country. He writes extensively on photographic, military, and veterans issues.