Joseph has written about education, technology, and culture for The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Financial Times, NOW Toronto and Spacing. He currently writes a column for the CBC about parenting and education. He has appeared on Breakfast Television, CTV, Metro Morning, CBC Radio (Winnipeg, Toronto, Thunder Bay, Hamilton) and has spoken at conferences across North America, including at SXSW and the American Anthropological Association yearly conference. He is currently working towards a doctorate at the University of Toronto in Anthropology focusing on the social dimensions of language. He was a high-school teacher in Toronto and worked in education and exhibit-design at the Ontario Science Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, and the MaRS Discovery District. On weekends you can find him playing music in a bluegrass band. He lives in Toronto with his wife and three daughters.

Find him online at josephwilson.ca and on Twitter at @josephwilsonca

Joseph is represented by Brenna English-Loeb.