Josh Feldman has served as a producer and media executive across a wide array of film, television and interactive formats. He spent over six years at Playtone, Tom Hanks’ and Gary Goetzman’s production company, supporting development and production efforts across the company's slate of film and TV projects. While there Josh also helped develop, co-write and produce Electric City (Streamy winner, best animated series) along with a companion digital comic book and app.

Josh collaboratively developed and executive produced the Emmy-nominated digital film Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, the first feature-length, live action narrative for the Halo video game franchise.  Josh then produced a live action/video game prototype and creative strategy for Microsoft and Remedy Entertainment's hybrid game/series, Quantum Break.

He subsequently served as a vice president of original content at Microsoft working across intellectual properties including Every Street United, a global soccer competition series and the follow-up film Halo: Nightfall, executive produced by Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions.

Josh has been a producer and advisor for several media and technology companies, most recently for Telltale Games, a leader in episodic branching narrative games.  Josh continues to lead writers’ rooms for Telltale's renowned franchise licenses including The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Guardians of the Galaxy, Minecraft and Batman.

As a filmmaker, Josh’s short and independent films have screened at a variety of festivals. His film Koreatown won the audience award at the DancesWithFilms festival in Los Angeles.

Josh has been a guest critic at the Southern California Institute of Architecture’s (SCIARC) Master’s Program in Fiction + Entertainment and served as a contributor to The Hollywood Reporter.   He served on a digital content curriculum committee and currently teaches a new course on digital storytelling at UCLA Extension.

Josh has an undergraduate degree in cinema from Ithaca College and a master’s degree in writing from the University of Southern California.  

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