Currently serving as Creative Director for Soundgarden, Josh Graham works from concept to completion across all mediums of today’s multi-faceted creative campaigns: album packaging, merchandise, promotional material, social media imagery, concert visuals, and music videos.
In addition to the music industry, Josh has worked in the broadcast design industry since 1999, participating in countless network branding and rebranding campaigns.
broadcast work includes:
Showtime, EA Games, Discovery, Time Warner, A&E, Nike, TNT, IBM, ABC, PBS, NBC Sports, Zoe Cassavetes, Wieden Kennedy Tokyo, Girl Skateboards, Three Ring Circus, Imaginary Forces, Shine, Spark, Transistor, Digital Kitchen, Blur, Brand New School, Logan, Buck, Showtime, National TV, Thornberg and Forrester, Concrete Pictures, and Loyal Kaspar.
music industry work includes:
Soundgarden, Jay Z, Drake, Neurosis, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Shrinebuilder, Jesu, Nadja, Chris Cornell, Underoath, Sleep, Florence & the Machine, Moon Taxi, Red Sparowes, A Storm of Light, ISIS, Sunn, Mastodon, Saves the Day, Willo Perron, Jurassic 5, Battle of Mice, No Doubt, Chiodos, Foo Fighters, Madonna, Southern Lord Records, Neurot Recordings, Universal Records, A&M, Metal Blade, EyeHateGod, Century Media, Vattnet Viskar, Tooth and Nail, Vagrant, Equal Vision, and Scion’s music division.