Joseph is a Franco-Ontarian pop singer-songwriter who doesn't drink at all. He is not sure how he got roped into writing an English musical theatre piece about wine.
Joseph received his music degree from the University of Windsor. During his summers as a student, he wrote children's safety songs and other music for the Chatham Police Department, including the famous Elmer the Safety Elephant song. While still studying at university, he was recruited by Paulette Richer from Radio-Canada (CBC French) to compose, perform and help produce music for various local, regional and national broadcasts as a solo artist, for other francophone performers.
He is a founding member and musical director of the French-language pop band awi, which has worked throughout Ontario and into Québec, including the prestigious La nuit sur l'étang in Sudbury and Le Festival Francophone in Ottawa. He also composed and performed for the Olympic Torch Run in 2009.
Joseph is also the composer of the holiday musical Flakie: The High-Kicking Elf as well as Winesday, the Musical/Wine Tasting— both written with bookwriter/lyricist Jenne Wason.