Joshua I. Altman

Joshua Altman is a multimedia producer and digital storyteller in Washington D.C. He is a graduate of Georgetown University's M.A. program in Communication, Culture and Technology and The George Washington University with a double major in Journalism & Mass Communication and History, two areas in which Joshua always held a strong interest.

What follows is the legal notice for, for the legal notices regarding specific pages please consult the legal notices provided on those individual pages or at the links below. is a website created by Joshua Altman as a means of showcasing my work. Unless otherwise noted I hold the copyright with all rights reserved on all material.

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Non-original audio including spoken word and music is governed under fair use. If you see your material on this site, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.and it will be taken down. excluding the material mentioned above is based on a commercially available template.


Many of my After Effects and Flash compositions are based off of tutorials; I use these as a key in learning and reverse engineering these tutorials and then modifying them to work for my own projects. Some of the sites I use for tutorials are:

I greatly appreciate the work by those who create these tutorials, they help me learn new techniques and apply them to my own work. Use of these tutorials is not intended to infringe on any copyright held by the creator or publisher of these tutorials. If you see something on this site which you feel was used inappropriately please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Hillthe is rightful owner of all logos. Reports produced for The Hillare work-product and presented here as part of a portfolio to demonstrate a sample of my work and abilities.

Some titles and descriptions appear originally on and are work-product from my time at The Hill.

Open Source and Creative Commons material is used and credited throughout the site.