Joshua Neale’s distinctive voice is the product of a successful career as a documentary and visual filmmaker. His unique abilities as a visual storyteller have garnered him work with some of the world’s biggest brands and ad agencies.
In 2011 Neale teamed up with Brave to follow two professional photographers through breathtaking landscapes as they showcased the advantages of the new Panasonic Lumix G3. That same year, he followed with his feature documentary Despicable Dick & Righteous Richard, which premiered to outstanding reviews at the Tribeca Film Festival. It went on to screen at top film festivals, including AFI/Discovery Channel’s Silverdocs Festival, the Austin Film Festival, and Hot Docs, among others.
Neale followed teaming up with BBH London and Johnnie Walker to make the viral film Morning. The spot was celebrated for its visual language and style, and was honored at the 2013 AICP Show for cinematography. He then joined forces with Droga5 New York to make a spot for Motorola titled Meaning. The film showcases his ability to access the human element in narrative filmmaking.
His spot for S7 shows the most interesting corners of the world and has drawn attention to the brand from around the globe. Neale aims to continue working in fiction, documentary, and anywhere in between, making bold and creative films with human stories at their core.