Joshua Bernard Ludzki is an event producer, entrepreneur, on-air host, writer, photographer and web developers. He began his career working behind the scenes in Top 40 Radio at Open House Party and Star 93.7 in Boston. After a brief stint in Boston, he moved to New York to work as an on-air producer at the legendary 103.5 KTU. Leaving the big city for his first hosting gig, Joshua worked his way from afternoon drive host to morning show lead at Star 105.7 in Binghamton, NY. It was in upstate New York that Joshua discovered his love for small town living.
In Binghamton, he helped innovate promotion and fundraising for regaional NPR/PBS affiliate WSKG and aided the City of Binghamton in promotion of its downtown renaissance. He's spoken about small town redevelopment to audiences in academia, government and small business, participated in regoinal discussions on the Upstate Redvelopment Initiative, acted as a member of Mayor Matt Ryan's Downtown Redevelompent Commision, and helped a number of non-profits with fundraising and promotion strategies.
Joshua has additionally been heard and seen on Magic 101.7, Syracuse's Hot 107.9, Boston's XY.tv and NewsChannel 34. Has freelance media/web production clients have included IBM, Vornado Realty and Clear Channel Media.
Most recently, Joshua joined with a number of community partners and founded LUMA, a projection arts festival drawing a crowd of 25,000 in its first year to a city with a population of 45,000.
Joshua's passion is connecting the smallest of budding organizations to a world craving the next great idea.