Josh DeLozier has a passion for landscape and panoramic photography. His photos have been published in the Oklahoma Gazette, OKC Biz Magazine, OKC Conventioner, OKC VeloCity Magazine, and OVAC’s Art Focus Oklahoma Magazine. Additionally, his photos have been displayed at OKC125, Paseo PhotoFest, DNA Galleries, OVAC Photo Slam, OklahoMAN Made Competition, Paseo 4×4 Art Show & Auction, and the RAW Artist Showcase.
“Not every generation gets the opportunity to see their city grow from busted to booming in less than a decade. Thankfully, I was in the right place at the right time and am experiencing this transformation. I’m also thankful to be able to capture the end results through the lens of my camera in panoramic form. As my city continues to grow, it’s my mission to capture the icons, destinations and skylines that make Oklahoma City the jewel that it has become. My hope is that I may instill the in others the awe that this city brings to me.”
Josh has been the emcee at the 2017 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man & Woman of the Year event and the 2019 Bethany Public Schools Foundation Banquet, and has shared his experiences as keynote speaker at Putnam City West’s Leadership Retreat.
During his teaching career, Josh has coached football and wrestling, taught multiple AP and on-level courses, and sponsored several STUCO and leadership programs – helping his students raise more than $3 million for charity.
BUT from 2013-2017, Josh left education and worked with non-profits, public relations, and media companies. Leveraging his skills and experiences, he wrote for multiple publications and gave several notable presentations.
Check out his 2014 IgniteOKC speech, his article in Territory Magazine title “I Spy,” a tongue-in-cheek opinion piece in the Oklahoma Gazette, his NewsOK presentation about branding, and his VisitOKC blog posts.
On a personal note, Josh is father to three beautiful daughters. He’s a NY Jets fan and is an alumnus of Oklahoma State University. Josh also co-founded the TruckIt food truck app and even helped run a charity food truck for a short time.