Since 7th grade, Joe has been doing weird things with his voice. He called it beatboxing. The SoCal VoCals called it vocal percussion. Whatever it is, people are always surprised when this unassuming dude lays down a beat.


Thank you, Joe's mom, for buying him one. Thank you, garage wall, for holding him while he learned. Thank you, large set of steps at USC, for teaching him not to go down large sets of steps. Joe unicycled (with a broken wrist) in a T-Mobile commercial with Shakira for the World Cup.

Juggle / Magic

Joe's brother Jim taught him to juggle as a kid, but it wasn't until college that Joe thought it would be awesome to juggle flaming torches. Somehow, he hasn't burned himself... yet. In 9th grade, he perfected the art of average magic with friend Colin Duffy. This developed into a nice B-job as Joe has performed magic and juggling at outrageous events ranging from a 4-year-old's birthday party to a 5-year-old's birthday party.

Fight Choreography

Joe was one of the youngest members of the Society of American Fight Directors when he was trained in quarterstaff, unarmed, and rapier/dagger as a freshman in high school. Now certified in six different weapons, Joe has choreographed the violence for over 30 theatre productions in Los Angeles. Don't mess with him, or he will fake punch you so hard.

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