J. Joshua Diltz is an Award-Winning, Tsimshian, Native American, Photographer, Filmmaker, Digital Mixed Media Artist that lives and works in Seattle, Washington.
Diltz was a featured artist at Stanford University's Play Machinima Law Conference, appeared on Ross Reynolds "The Conversation" , published photographs in The Seattle Times, and has published on the power of digital expression in the Journal of Visual Culture.
His current passion is performance (high energy) and videography in the Seattle Music and Event Industry. He has covered some of the Northwest Largest Music Festivals such as Hempfest Seattle, Reggae on the Way, Okanogan Family Barter Faire, Brodie Nation, Northwest Roots Festival, Homegrown Festival, and Evergreen Fest.
He has collaborated with talented artists and activists such as Common Kings, Juma Sultan, Georgia Brown, Unko Funki, Tina Hendrix, Vivian McPeak, Roger Fisher, Low Rider Band, Julia Francis, Cosmic Serenity, Marshall Law Band, Circular Reasoning, Davin Michael Stedman, Garrett and the Sheriffs, Runes of Neptune, Power Laces, PO BOXX, Stay Grounded Band, Davy Nefos, CITRUS, Clinton Fearon, Street Level Uprising, Irie Lights, Chris King and the Gutterballs, Marina Albero, Afrosonics, Andonimus, Miranda, Beni Bryant, Miranda Kitchpanich, BoobooLaLa, and many more.
He has contributed to work with Stanford Law School, Henry Lowood, Joseph Delappe and more.
J. Joshua Diltz Media brand Alien Aftermint is proud sponsor of Seattle Arts and Culture events Seattle Hempfest, Mo' Jam Mondays, Sea Mo' Saturdays, School of Rock, Annie O'NeilHendrix Music Academy, Coolout Network, WeSEAYou Seattle, and Make Music Seattle.
East Portland Blog
PUBLISHED WRITING By J. JOSHUA DILTZ
J. JOSHUA DILTZ SPEAKING
Play Machinima Law, Stanford University, Coverage for Internet & Society, School of Law, Humanities Lab, Libraries & Academic Information Resources : Video , Audio
J. JOSHUA DILTZ ON THE RADIO
Interview on HORROR HOUR about his documentary about the Tsimshian Nation, his cultural re-education, and his return home to Metlakatla, Alaska.
J. JOSHUA DILTZ CITED IN BOOKS
Readings in Numanities edited by Oana Andreica, Alin Olteanu, language Arts and Displines, Springer 2017
The Machinima Reader by Henry Lowood & Michael Nitsche, MIT Press
Third Person by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin, MIT Press
FILE 10 NURBS 4k Sao Paul FILERIO
Machinima! Teorie. Pratiche. Dialoghi by M. Bittanti & H. Lowood, Edizioni Unicopli
J. JOSHUA DILTZ IN THE PRESS
J. JOSHUA DILTZ IN BLOGS
EXTRA LIFE: Top 10 Machinima Films of All Time (Mercy of the Sea and 6 Days made the list)
J. JOSHUA DILTZ IN ACADEMIA
Digital Cultures and Creativity Seminar, course curriculum: Hybrid Forms: Experimental Animation and Machinima , Alliance For The Arts in Research Universities
In Other Media Collections